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The Pride of New York Walleye Fishing
Oneida Lake is Filled with What You Want

22 miles long with spots that are five miles wide, Oneida Lake in New York is an angler's paradise. It covers over 51,000 acres and has been known to have more fish per acre in its waters than any other lake. The walleye is one of the many different species of fish in Oneida Lake and if you want to be successful fishing here, you need to know where to find them and how to hook them.

The best chance at hooking a fish can be found from a boat. Oneida Lake is so big that you need to be able to traverse it quickly and easily. Keep in mind that the wind over the lake can change directions and pick up on a whim. If you are not experienced at fishing from a boat, consider hiring a guide who is familiar with the lake and can take you across it on a boat safely at all times.

Oneida Lake is very popular with anglers because of the wide range of species that inhabit it. Under the 55 foot deep water you will find reefs, rocky bars and shoals, giving the wide range of fish that live here plenty of choices for hiding and breeding. While you might be walleye fishing, don't be surprised if you hook something else. Walleye fishing on this lake requires a patient personality and some fishing skill. Based on recommendations of other walleye anglers, you will have the best chance a hooking walleye if you fish near Willard Isle, Frenchman's Island, Big Bay and Cleveland Bar. There is a fair amount of shallows and weedy areas in these areas that the walleye like to congregate in.

Walleye are the most active in Oneida Lake during the early spring and middle of fall. You can go walleye fishing on Oneida Lake in the winter as they will aggressively go after you bait. You can even ice fish Oneida Lake in the winter, especially around Big Bay where it seems the walleye go during the winter months. If you want a trophy walleye, plan on doing some night fishing and for the areas where there are shallows and a plethora of bait fish that live in the lake. Otherwise, trophy walleye will be found in the deeper water.

Presentation is important as the walleyes here can be moody. You could go fishing two days in a row and find that day one is easy to catch while day two requires patience on your part. The walleye in Oneida Lake prefer jigs and will be able to feel a light bite from the fish with this type of presentation. Spawning walleye will be the most aggressive and if you are going to night fish during this time you should do some trolling. Walleye eat at night and trolling is the best way to attract them.

Summer walleye fishing will have you with your line in the weeds and deep water. During this time of year, jigs used with a lightweight line and a slow trolling pattern will bring in the fish. Deep pockets in these types of areas usually contain plenty of walleye. Make sure that you increase the weight of your line and your sinker as you move into the deeper waters. The last thing you want is to lose that trophy fish because of a snapped fishing line.

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