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Bay of Quinte Walleye Fishing
Walleye Catching on the Bay of Quinte

The Bay of Quinte, located on the north shore of Lake Ontario, lies about four hundred kilometers to the west of Montreal and around two hundred miles to the east of Toronto. Shaped like a Z, this bay is thin and long, and is a great place to fish for Walleye. It is common for anglers to pull trophy Walleye from these waters regularly, and this is a legendary spot for Walleye anglers. During the late summer months, algae blooms may occur, but these are not a sign of pollution and do not affect the quality of the Walleye.

Fall is the favorite season to fish for Walleye on the Bay of Quinte for most anglers. During the Fall season migration occurs with the Walleye, and the fish come from Lake Ontario into the Bay of Quinte because this is where the shad and alewives are going. These smaller fish are the favored food for walleye at this time of year, and where they go the Walleye are sure to follow.

During this time of year the Walleye can be located anywhere in the Bay, so a fish finder is a good idea to locate the fish. Trolling crank baits seems to be the most effective for Walleye in the Fall, and these baits may get activity from the Walleye when all else fails. Using Yo-Zuri Crystal Minnows, Original Floating Rapala's in both solid and jointed body types, Jerk baits, and Bangley Bang-O lures all work well in the Fall months when fishing for Walleye in the Bay of Quinte.

Warm weather Walleye fishing in the Bay of Quinte can also give great results. Baits that have a tail movement which is energetic and are banana shaped will work well almost every part of the year on this lake, and are extremely effective in the warmer months. These baits would include Walleye Minnows, Reef Runners, and Rapala Tail dancers. Shad style baits will also work well all year long for Walleye fishing on the Bay of Quinte. Some good examples of these include the Bagley Small Fry Shad, Grappler Shad, Rapala Shad Rap, CC Shad, and Rattling Spots.

If none of the baits listed seem to get a response from the Walleye on Bay of Quinte, or if the weather is calm and the fish are somewhat sluggish, or even if it is cold out, stick baits may be the best choice to catch Walleye here. Start with larger baits and slowly try smaller ones until you get some activity.

These baits have a movement which is more subtle than most others, and at times this can entice the Walleye to strike even if it is sluggish. Find areas away from the crowd of anglers, and look for underwater structures and weed beds, because these are favorite spots for them to hide. In warmer weather, head to deeper areas of the lake, because the fish move deeper when it warms up and this is usually where you can find them.


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