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Saginaw Bay Walleye Mayhem
The Bay Teeming with Walleye


The Saginaw Bay is literally full of walleye. Every year trophy walleye are caught here and world class walleye fishing is found on this body of water. The outer Saginaw Bay near the Charity Islands and locations near Point Au Gres and Tawas Bay have long been noted for their high volume of quality walleye.

While there will always be never-ending debate on this topic, some herald the Saginaw Bay as being the walleye fishing capital of the world. In fact, one of the most remarkable things about the walleye population found in the Saginaw Bay is that it is filled with naturally born walleye that were born in the wild. The Saginaw Bay is currently a fully wild and naturally producing walleye fishery that continues to see unprecedented rapid growth in its walleye population.




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Many trophy walleye have been caught around the Charity Islands and just north of them as well. Fishing for walleye in this area will require you to fish deep. A full day trip will be required to fish this part of the bay. Fishing around the northern portion of the Charity Islands will usually take awhile before anglers get the catch that they are looking for. However, if you are willing to put in the time this location provides a great opportunity to make a large trophy catch. If you want a more relaxed day of fishing with a catch that you can more fully count on many anglers swear by sticking to shallow waters and fishing in areas that are no deeper than 15 feet around the bay. Although you will probably not find trophy size walleye in these areas of Saginaw Bay you will probably be able to get many smaller walleye that are large enough to keep. The walleye found in these shallower waters tend to be easier to catch than the larger walleye that are found in the deeper waters of the Saginaw Bay.

During the spring and summer months many anglers find that they find quality walleye throughout the open waters of the inner bay. June and July tend to be the best walleye fishing months of the summer. Crank baits, spoons, and spinners are typically used in the bay for catching walleye, while trolling and jigging are the typical methods used for fishing.

In the winter, anglers that ice fish on this body of water should make sure that they have a wind shelter of some sort to protect them from the freezing wind. Additionally, it is also strongly suggested that anglers have an ice auger with them due to the very thick ice that forms in many areas of this bay. The Saginaw Bay is continually changing during the winter months and as a result it is difficult to know exactly which areas of the water are safe. Anglers should take extra precautions to make sure that they are maintaining their safety while they also enjoy their Saginaw Bay fishing trip.




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