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Montana Walleye Fishing Excitement
A Variety of Techniques Can Pull in Walleye Here


Montana is being talked about more and more in the walleye fishing world. In recent years it has become apparent just how good the fishing can be here with walleye in abundance and of a decent size.

There area few places within Montana that are considered to be walleye "hotspots" including Fort Peck Reservoir, Bighorn Lake and Canyon Ferry Reservoir. Whatever time of year you fancy going out and catching some walleye there is somewhere in Montana where you can do so.




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As a general rule to follow when walleye fishing in Montana, vary the fishing technique you use according to the water temperature. In cold water walleye become sluggish and slow and this is the perfect time to fish with a jig. As the water begins to get warmer, the fish will become more active and walleye are known to be an aggressive hunter, which will go for more or less anything that catches its eye. Having said this these fish have great vision so the more realistic the lure the better. In warm Montana waters use a crawler harness with a spinner or troll with crank bait.

When it comes to the colours that work best at getting the attention of the fish, it is always advisable to experiment somewhat. This goes for technique as well and always bear in mind that a method that works one day will not necessary work the next as walleye are unpredictable fish. However, the general consensus is that Montana walleye are attracted to the colors blue, silver and chartreuse. Walleye fishing here is good from the shore as well as on the water from boats and wading and casting is popular in many of the Montana Rivers.

In places such as Fort Peck Reservoir and Bighorn lake it depends on the time of day that you are out as to where on the water is the best place to target. In the late evening and early morning before the sun has risen, you should find the fish sticking close to shore in rocky and gravelly structures. In the middle of the day walleye tend to retread into the depths of cooler waters. Walleye are a schooling fish so once you have found one, chances are there are several close by so stick at that spot for a while and see if you have any luck.

Fort Peck Reservoir is not thought of as the primary walleye fishing spot in Montana. The fish here are big, plentiful and willing to take the bait. The reservoir is big and for the sake of safety, you should go out in a big boat. In the early summer the walleye can be found in the upper sections of the reservoir but as summer reaches its peak head down towards the dams. Most people fishing at Fort Peck Reservoir, even on their first trip find that they are able to catch the daily limit so for all walleye anglers in Montana give this place a go.




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