Andrew Martinsen's Walleye Fishing Update


The Importance of Walleye Fishing Strategy by Andrew Martinsen
Strategizing Before You Hit the Walleye Waters


Hey, Andrew Martinsen here. The first step in pulling in more walleye is to figure out what method that you and anyone else going with you have in mind. It just won't work if you want to jig around structures and your boat mate wants to do some trolling. These are two techniques that work just not really well together. You can do both in order to please everyone; just decide on an approximate timeline.

The prepared angler will have a schedule of the places they want to hit and when. Walleye action changes through out the day so try to formulate a plan that matches the estimated behaviors of your target. The goal is to find a couple of choice spots and stick with them while on the water.

Early morning and early afternoon are active feeding times for walleye. Trolling or casting over weed beds is fairly affective. Once the sun is out, walleye will take cover to get out of the bright light. Jigging then becomes the star of the show. You can switch to trolling the deeper waters if the fish just aren't working with you but this should be a last resort. Remember you are trying to optimize your time on the water.




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As soon as the weather turns for the better, there will be a lot of competition on the water for walleye. Knowing the entire structure and design of the lake you want to fish will help you in the long run.

If you are going to a lake that you have never been to before, try to get a lake map ahead of time. Use the map to identify the promising locations. Some lake maps will even mark places that are recommended spots for walleye. Some of these may not pan out; cross them off and try a new one.

If you have a GPS fish finder you can build your own digital map of a lake. Cruise the lake and use the unit to save coordinates of promising spots. Once saved, you can return to try the action. Again, there is no guarantee that the walleye will be active in these spots. It will take some trial and error to learn everything you can about the lake that you are fishing.

You can save yourself a lot of time by devising a comprehensive strategy before you head out on the water.

Great fishin to you!,

Andrew Martinsen




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