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Nebraska Walleye Variety
A Variety of Lakes Hold Walleye in the Cornhusker State

Anglers are sure to enjoy walleye fishing in Nebraska. There are many lakes throughout Nebraska that are excellent walleye fishing locations. Lake McConaughy has been noted as being a favorite for walleye anglers and holds the state record for the most walleye caught.

However, there are many other lakes that are also teeming with walleye just waiting to be found. Lake McConaughy is one of the best places to fish for walleye during the warm summer months, but many other lakes provide excellent fishing opportunities during the other seasons of the year.

In the spring, walleye tend to migrate into feeder streams along the Nebraska rivers to spawn. As the waters warm and the spawning season closes, walleye return to the open waters of the lakes. Small shallow lakes also provide a good location for fishing in the spring because of how much faster these waters warm up. Fishing in rocky shoreline areas of these lakes is highly recommended. Shore casting can be used in these locations during the spring months to produce walleye. Typically, in the lakes, walleye can be found near shallow bars, gravel ledges, or underwater structures. In the winter walleye move slowly in the cold water. Anglers will need to use fishing methods that make it easy for walleye during this season to catch their bait.

In Nebraska, some of the best times to fish for walleye are in the early morning hours or in the evening from sundown until midnight. Walleye's have uniquely specialized eyes that allow them to see their prey with little to no light at all. This makes it possible for walleye to hunt after their prey in the dark, which provides anglers with a unique opportunity for catching them.

Lake McConaughy, Lake Sherman, and Lake Merritt are some of the most popular Ohio walleye fishing locations. The fishing methods of trolling with a boat and using crank baits, vertical jigging, and using live baits with spinners have been noted as being good techniques for catching walleye. If you are fishing for walleye in Nebraska in what is supposedly a prime location for walleye but you are not having very much luck try to make small adjustments to what you are doing.

Try to fish different depths of the water and also try to use different fishing methods. Often times by making small systematic adjustments to the fishing method that you are using you can find the walleye that you are looking for. If you find that you are catching white bass instead of walleye, try dropping your line to a slightly deeper depth. This is most likely where you will find walleye.


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