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Excellent Early Spring Walleyes
Great Fishing at the Beginning of the Season


Fishing for walleyes in the spring time can be both successful and enjoyable, especially if you know how to make a good catch. The walleyes are usually found in shallow depths of water at this time of year.

Early spring fishing may require fishing in unpredictable weather, however this may have a minimal effect on the movement of the fish.




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The first task to having a productive walleye fishing trip is to locate the fish. The fish prefer rocky areas in the shallow depths where water is moving through the area. The fish are attracted to these areas as they look for suitable locations to spawn. You may also want to try and find them in places where rock piles accumulate in shallow water such as islands that are sunken and rocky points.

If you are in search of catching trophy walleye, spring is an excellent time to accomplish this task. The water is likely to be clear during this part of the season and it is unnecessary to use apparatus that is heavy. You should opt to use equipment that is not easy for them to see - as they are a very wary fish. Instead you may choose to use a light line; perhaps a 6 pound line would be a good option.

Use light jigs and sinkers which weigh approximately 1/16 of an ounce to of an ounce. Maintaining contact with the bottom is important; however choose to use the lightest jig possible to accomplish this. It is unnecessary to use a boat at this time of year since the fish are likely to be in the shallows. Many anglers are able to fish from the shore during the spring season.

Once the fish have been located in a certain area, you may choose to use both a bobber and a minnow to target them. When you are not able to locate them it may be to your advantage to use a floating, cigar shaped, crank bait. If you choose to use your boat, troll slowly along shorelines which are rocky and do so quietly so as not to spook the fish. Walleyes are most interested in minnows during the spring season.

Once you have found the minnows, you are likely to find the walleyes which will be feeding on them. Minnows are the preferred type of bait to use either as live bait or a lure type of crank bait. When choosing to use a live minnow, use a jig or rig which has the components: a sliding sinker, swivel, a leader which is 36 inches, and a hook. Minnows may also be used below a bobber, as this can be useful.

You may choose to move out at night and try to catch then, in order to avoid the other anglers fishing during the day. The fish may feel less threatened in the night time and are more likely to bite at this time.

Fishing in the early spring is one of the best times to make excellent catches. Enjoy your early springtime walleye trip.




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