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Fantastic Walleye Opportunities on the Wisconsin River
Follow the Walleye Upstream for Some Great Fishing


Wisconsin River is the longest in the state and home to a whole variety of species of fish. The walleye here are in plentiful supply and present a welcome challenge to keen walleye fishermen. River walleye are well known for being leaner and meaner than their relatives from the lakes and reservoirs.

Popular spots on the Wisconsin River include below the dams at Prairie du Sac and The Dells.




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For good walleye fishing in terms of numbers of fish rather than size, Sauk City, which is downstream from the Sac dam tailwaters produces incredible numbers of walleye. This is also a good spot for catching Saugers, which are also of high numbers in the Wisconsin River.

The railroad trestle at Sauk City is where you will find the larger fish but naturally they are harder to find, as there are not as many of them. A fishing technique known as a "Sac Rig" has proven to be an effective technique to use here. By March or April the fish are moving further upstream providing waders with opportunities. Try casting plastic shad bodies and Shad Raps, which seem to be most effective at night.

When fishing for walleye on the Wisconsin River it would be wise to take with you a good selection of jigs. Make sure you have a variety ranging from 1/8 ounce to ounce and a good mix of colours. Colours that work well here include blue, black, purple, chartreuse, orange, green and glow in the dark.

Also don't forget to pack some plastic twister tails, shad tails and ringworms that match the jigs. Whenever you fish for walleye its important to keep an open mind. If you find that one technique isn't working and you are sure that there are walleye near by, try something else. It's all about experimentation. Additionally even if you think you have found a great spot or if you had success in an area previously, it doesn't necessarily mean the fish will still be there today.

Give each spot long enough to temp the fish out of hiding but don't get stuck in one place for too long. Move on and you will have better luck somewhere else. Night-time fishing is generally better than daytime as this is the time that walleye naturally feed so they will be closer to the surface and more aggressive.




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