Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update


Uncovering Productive Water
How Long to Stay in One Spot when Fishing Walleye


Walleye fishing can be tricky for any angler, even professionals. A fish finder can be a great help when it comes to seeing exactly where the fish are, so that you know whether there is anything to try for or not.

Many anglers do not have or use a fish finder for a variety of reasons, and knowing when it is time to move on can make the difference between a good day Walleye fishing and a day with no Walleye to show for your efforts.

Walleye are known to be hard to predict, and they may go against predictable routines.




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The problem with unproductive water could be that there are no Walleye in the area, and only a fish finder can answer this question, or it may just be the wrong time of day for these particular fish to feed. Moving to a different area may give you a better result, and you should wait no more than an hour or so trying different presentations before you should move on if you have not caught any Walleye.

When you get ready to move to a different location, troll slowly while moving. This can be an effective way to catch Walleye, and is also a good indicator of where the Walleye activity is if you get a hit.

Look for reefs, rock and rubble piles, weed beds, and other underwater structure that will provide cover for bait fish and have cooler waters. These locations are a great place to move to if you want to increase your odds of catching Walleye. The larger the structure is, the better the odds are that there are Walleye hanging out around it, but it also means the higher the level of difficulty in fishing that area.

When fishing large structure you may want to try a few more presentations to ensure that there is not a trophy Walleye down there just waiting for the right bait to come along.

Sometimes, the walleyes in a particular spot will be attracted to a chartreuse presentation on Wednesday, and those very same fish ignore the chartreuse presentation, instead favoring a yellow presentation on Thursday. Therefore it is vital, absolutely vital, to always remain adaptable and give the fish what they want at that specific time on that particular day.




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