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Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update
Catching More Walleyes
How to Catch Walleye in a Variety of Situations
There are many conditions that play a big part in how walleye act,
where they are located, and how they feed. One of these is the weather: When it is
warm and sunny, most walleye head to deeper waters, or
find underwater structure to stay cool in.
On a nice day
with little breeze and a lot of sun, you will generally find the
fish in thick weed beds, in structure under the water, and
where the water is deepest, because the water near the
surface is too warm.
When there is a good wind, one strong enough to make the
waves slightly choppy, walleye can be found anywhere,
because the surface water will attract them with the
conditions. Right before a storm or when the sky is dark
and the wind is blowing can be one of the best times to
catch your limit, because the walleye enjoy feeding in this
Weather can play a part in locating the walleye, but these
fish are unpredictable and can not always be pegged so
easily. The weather can help you determine where to go
and which areas to start with first, for the best chance of
catching the trophy size fish or catching your limit. An easy
way to locate fish is to use a GPS fish finder, but many
anglers do not use this technology, instead using the
weather as an indicator of where to start their search for
the fish. Falling into the wrong belief that the weather
determines this every time can be a big mistake, and can
cost you fish. Walleye can be found many times in areas
where other anglers have never looked, and this area may
go against everything you were taught about walleye, but
you may end up a trophy fish anyway. No one tells the
walleye where they should be, and these fish are known
for their unpredictable nature.
In cooler months the walleye normally move closer to the
shore and into shallower water, because the water
temperature drops and the skies are normally cloudy and
overcast. Weather conditions right before a rain storm or
snow storm hits are perfect walleye fishing weather, and
the fish really seem to feed aggressively at these times.
The weather can be used to help predict where the
walleye will be, but it is not definitive proof.
To catch walleye, you sometimes have to think outside the
box and disregard all the advice you have heard. Head for
the spot that no angler will fish, even if it is a shallow bed of
weeds on a hot sunny day, and you may get a pleasant
The fish bite better in windy weather and when skies are
overcast, but as many a tournament angler with a trophy
walleye will tell you, they still bite no matter what the
weather happens to be usually. It all comes down to giving
them what they want on the particular day you're fishing.