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Walleye Research Prowess
How One Day Without a Rod and Reel Can Equal More Fish


Fishing for Walleye can be very enjoyable when you are successful, and doing some research and analysis before you ever put your pole in the water may pay off in a big way.

To become highly successful at catching Walleye, you need to become the master of the water you want to fish in.




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Without knowing the water and the habits of the Walleye in that specific water, whether it is a lake, stream, river, reservoir or other body of water or a river, you can not be as successful or get results which are as good.

The very first thing to do when planning to fish for Walleye in a new body of water is to get maps of the lake or river, ones which will show all the aspects and underwater structure.

Look closely at the maps, and make a note of all the underwater structure, reefs, and flats that are in the water you will be fishing.

Look for areas on the map that are attractive to Walleye, and where past experience shows the fish may be at.

Analyze the maps closely, and look at every small feature.

Once you have done the analysis, it is time to hit the water.

The only catch is you will not need any poles or tackle, because the first trip or two out will be about watching the fish and learning their habits.

Use a fish finder and a GPS to locate and map where the Walleye are, and what they are doing.

To become a master of the lake or river you want to fish for Walleye in, you have to know every nook and cranny of the water, and the habits of the Walleye that live there.

Going out on the water to learn about the fish and the area will allow you to become attuned to the fish, and predict more accurately what they will want at any given time.

Doing thorough analysis and research on the water before Walleye fishing is critical.

Even experienced Walleye anglers need to take these steps before fishing new waters.

Understanding both the water you are fishing and the fish that live in it is the first step to catching tons of them.

Plus, studying the fish before you ever try to catch them will help you predict their movements and activities, and this can lead to catching your limit or even that trophy Walleye that is forever sought after by amateurs and professionals alike.

By going all analytical like this at the outset, it takes the emotion out of the equation and lets you focus on the fish in an observant way.

When you see the water from a wide view perspective like this, itís easier to not let yourself get too attached to one spot or technique when you do decide to drop a line in.

Mastering the water you are fishing will lead to more confidence, and a thorough knowledge of the lake is invaluable when it comes to catching these noble fish.




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