Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update


Mapping it All Out
Reading and Deciphering Lake Maps


Reading lake maps often means looking for underwater conditions and structures that indicate Walleye would like the conditions.

A map can help you be a better angler because it gives you more time to fish in areas that have been studied and are determined to be an area Walleye would like. Anglers look for things like a break in the shoreline or underwater landscape, as well as changes in depth that may indicate cooler waters where the Walleye like to stay. Studying the map before you even get in the boat can help you spend less time fishing areas where the Walleye avoid.




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Lake maps can show many things, depending on how current the map is. Sometimes underwater structures may be shown, and the depths can be located easily. Not all of these maps are current, but even older maps can help you get a feel for the layout under the water, where the fish are.

If you are fishing on a warm sunny day, you know that most Walleye will seek deeper waters and structures that offer shade and cooler water temperatures. By looking at your map, you can determine where these places are, so you do not have to spend half the day drifting, anchoring, trolling and/or casting with nothing to show for it.

Reading and deciphering lake maps is not as complicated as it may look, and these maps can give you a definite advantage over just winging it, especially when combined with a GPS fish finder system.

With a little experience you can be using these maps to help make your fishing trips more productive and efficient. Maps can give you a good outline of what the lake looks like under the water, and then you just have to think like a Walleye and locate areas of interest.

This cuts down on your time spent significantly, so not only do you catch more fish more frequently and more easily, you can do it in less time, too.




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