Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update


Trophy Triumphs
Bringing in Monster Walleye


It is very important to consider all the facts of every fishing trip. Weather, wind, time of day and time of year, all of these can play a part in where the trophy fish are located and what they will bite when they are hungry.

Depth can play an important part in the size of the fish you catch.

Larger trophy Walleye can normally be found deeper on sunny days in warmer weather, and the smaller fish may be above where the large Walleye are suspended in the water.




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If you are catching smaller Walleye and other varieties of fish, try going a little deeper, where the water is cooler.

In colder weather and when ice is present, the fish may suspend higher up in the water, and can be found at higher depths.

In the spring, when the Walleye are spawning, runts and trophy Walleye alike will be found in shallow waters close to the shore.

The spawning instinct is strong, and it is one that all Walleye large and small will answer.

Look for sandy shorelines, and then look for weedbeds, underwater structures, and other areas that can provide cover for trophy Walleye in shallow water.

During the evening and through the night during the spawn, you can find very large female trophy Walleye right next to the shore.

During the summer months night can also be very successful if you are looking for large trophy fish. The BIG ones come close to shore at night under the cover of darkness and cooler temperatures to feed on the abundant insects and minnows that stay close to the shore.

To catch trophy Walleye you must be willing to change your bait and techniques if they are not working.

And, most importantly is …

Avoiding the herd.

You’re not a run of the mill angler. You are an outstanding angler, and so because of that, it is crucial to also think differently from the so called expert fishermen. Stay away from the crowds, and fish unusual spots that other anglers avoid, due to a belief that Walleye will not be there.

Many pro anglers are so successful because they try different things and fish in unique areas others avoid.

Large Walleye can be found anywhere in the water, and many pro anglers realize this and become much more successful because of it. Despite what “everyone else” says, catching trophy Walleye with regularity is very possible if you are flexible.




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