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Pulling in Walleyes on the Missouri River
Dynamic Fishing that Spans Across the Heart of the U.S.

The Missouri River is a classic historic river that provides an excellent place for anglers to fish for walleye. This enormous river winds its way through the heart of the United States and has a rich history. Missouri River walleye fishing is extremely varied depending on the chosen location. One of the most effective methods for catching walleye on the Missouri River is to use a spinner rig and a nightcrawler.

This strategy can be used along the entire river and is a tried and true walleye fishing method. On windy days along the river crankbaits often prove to be highly effective as walleye are prompted to move to shallower water to eat. Trolling with crankbaits along mudlines caused by the wind will be your most effective strategy on windy days. During the hot summer months it is recommended that anglers fish during the early morning hours and later evening hours for walleye on the Missouri River.

There are many excellent walleye fishing locations throughout all of the states that the Missouri River runs through. One of the hottest spots to fish on the Missouri River in the spring and fall is near Bismark, North Dakota. Most anglers in this area use jigs with minnows or they use crankbaits while trolling slowly upstream. In North Dakota most walleye are caught in less than nine feet of water.

Another noteworthy spot is near Chamberlain, South Dakota. In this part of the river fishing begins during the late months of February. This area of the river is considered to be one of the top places where walleye spawn along the entire river. Spawning usually occurs during the month of April here. This area of the river is again prime for fishing during the fall months of September and October.

Another renowned walleye fishing spot in South Dakota on the Missouri River is on the Lake Oahe man made reservoir. This lake is known for being one of the top walleye fishing lakes in the United States and many anglers leave this lake with record breaking catch. Walleye are usually found in the rocks, drop offs, and mudflats of this reservoir.

The fishing on this river is also excellent throughout Montana. The Canyon Ferry Reservoir, Hauser Reservoir, Holter Reservoir, Fort Peck Reservoir, and smaller reservoirs have all been declared excellent walleye fishing spots. Montana offers anglers a quiet untouched fishing experience that provides anglers with breathtaking views and unbelievably large walleye. In Montana there have been several stretches of the Missouri River without limits on walleye and so many anglers are able to get very sizable catches during their fishing trips.

These are just a few of the excellent walleye fishing locations located along the Missouri River. This river provides anglers with an extremely varied fishing experience depending on the state where they fish. Anglers should make sure that they are aware of the regulations for the portion of the Missouri River that they are fishing on because of the different regulations that affect different sections of the river.


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