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How to Catch More Walleyes from Shore


As any good angler knows, fishing for walleye can be tricky. That's especially true when it comes to deciding whether to fish from a boat or from shore. Shore fishing can be great, if a person knows where and when to look, though.

Spring is prime time for shore walleye fishing, in most places. Walleye like to spawn in the shallow water. Usually, the spawning process itself is over by the time people set out to fish for walleye. However, many anglers still have excellent luck fishing for walleye from shore in the spring. The walleye stick around to protect the spawning grounds.

With good planning, you can fish from shore and hit walleye in as little as 2 to 4 feet of water, in the spring.




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As for summer, a lot depends on the location. But, for the most part, walleye like to head for deeper waters. Summer is not known for being ideal shore walleye fishing time. Some people still manage to find walleye in the shallows in summer. That's usually because they are near the edge of where shallow water meets deeper water, though.

Studying your lake maps can give you a great idea where these edgelines are, and you can put yourself in an excellent position to find 'eyes hanging out on these structures.

Fishing for walleye from shore in the fall can be frustrating, but fun. Walleye love cover, but, in the fall, most of the weeds they like to hide in die off. That doesn't just take away their shelter. The decomposition process sucks all the oxygen out of the area, too. So, usually, the walleye won't stick around. Depending on what sort of body of water it is, river or lake, they either head up river or for deeper lake water.

The exception to that is large female walleye. Female walleye often come in close to the shore late at night in the fall. It can be a good time to fish for walleye, for those that don't mind staying up all night. It requires a lot of patience, though. Shore fishing at night in the fall is a good time for more than one angler to fish together. That way, they can keep each other awake and alert.




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