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Great Spots for Walleye Fishing in Wyoming
Plenty of Lakes and an Abundance of Walleye

Some of the greatest lakes in the country are located in Wyoming; here are some tips to help you catch walleyes in these fabulous lakes.

There are several lakes that contain an abundance of fish to catch on your next walleye fishing trip to Wyoming. Some of the major lakes include Ocean Lake and Bighorn Lake. Some of the reservoirs include: Alcova Reservoir, Boysen Reservoir, Glendo Reservoir, Gray rocks Reservoir, Guernsey Reservoir, Pathfinder Reservoir, and Keyhole Reservoir.

Lakes in Wyoming are great spots head out to for a few days of fishing, or maybe for a longer adventure. The record state walleye was caught on the Boysen Reservior and there are plenty more where that one came from.

The walleyes like to stay in the gravel areas of the deeper lakes. They can also be located around rocky and sandy bottom lake spots. The fish are generally most prevalent in the colder and deeper lakes however they are also able to survive in warmer waters as well.

Wherever you are able to catch your walleye, you will enjoy the splendid taste of the white flaky flesh of the fish. The walleye spawn in the spring time and if they are able to, they will migrate. They tend to move in the direction of feeder streams to spawn, away from the lake. If the fish are not able to move upstream, they will seek out the shallow bars and shoals which are located near the deeper water. They also prefer bottom surfaces that are cleaner.

This fish is usually after anything that it can find to eat. It will try to get food in its mouth either by making a swift swiping attack, or it will attempt to suck the prey into its mouth. The walleyes tend to prefer to dine on the smaller sized fish. Walleyes also like to eat worms, insects, and crustaceans. They are a wary fish and can spook quite easily, therefore it is best to be careful approaching these fish as they can be tricky at times to pursue and catch. The fish prefer the deeper waters as they feel safer there in the darker waters. During the summer it is best to fish in the evenings. Fishing times are most successful in from the time that the sun goes down until midnight.

The baits that you will want to take with you include live baits, crank baits, spoons, spinner baits which are smaller as well as your usual selection of different worms and grubs. In the spring you will want to look for fish in the shallow to moderately shallow waters as they are getting ready to spawn. Check in areas of the lake that have gravel ledges, points and bumps that are raised above the water as these are their favorite locations. In the summer and fall seasons you will have more success catching walleyes if you travel along points and gravel bars in the earlier mornings and move the deeper waters as the sun gets higher in the sky. In the winter, the fish are less active therefore you will need to move the bait slower. Whichever season you are fishing in, have fun and enjoy catching the walleye in Wyoming.


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