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Alberta, A Top Canadian Walleye Spot

Walleye is one of the most popular species to fish for in Alberta. They are habitual enough that we know how and where it is most likely they will be found yet strong and determined enough to present a challenge for even the most experienced walleye angler.

Having said that though, being a schooling fish once you find one it is likely that they will keep coming. This has never been truer than in some of the lakes and rivers of Alberta, where it is common knowledge that the hardest part of the trip is locating the fish. And even that is not so hard if you know where to look.

If you are simply looking for the thrill and satisfaction of being able to say you caught some walleye and don't mind fishing for catch and release, then Pigeon Lake could be the place for you. Here it can be as simple as taking your boat out until you reach a drop off, drop a 1/4 ounce jig and minnow and pull them in until your arm starts to hurt! Alternatively, troll a bottom bouncer and spinner rig up and down the lake if you fancy a change. Here you will find an abundance of walleye, beautiful scenery and plenty of accommodation options. Pigeon Lake is also great if you want to bring the family, as there are more than enough attractions and activities for everyone to enjoy.

Lac La Biche is another area, which is not as well known but is starting to get a good reputation for walleye fishing. There are a number of spots in the area including Beaver Lake and Touchwood which both have good structure making the water good walleye habitat. The North Saskatchewan River particularly around the Edmonton area plays host to a whole variety of species of fish including pike, sauger and walleye. From the July to the end of October some of the largest walleye in the area can be caught in the Athabasca River. Jigging and casting spoons are amongst the favourite techniques here and the best fishing is commonly in 4 - 10 feet of water. A popular Lake near the Athabasca River is Calling Lake, which is said to be one of the top 10 lakes in Canada for catching walleye.

Walleye tend to feed during sunrise and sunset with some of the best fishing to be had during the night. At these times the fish will come closer to the surface around shallow sandy areas, islands and weeds to feed on baitfish in the clearer waters. Spring and fall is a great time to head out on the water as the fish are at their most aggressive and active. During the heat of summer the fish will head deeper to avoid sunlight and find cooler water.

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25 Inch Walleye Caught at Lake of the Woods

Walleye Fishing Secrets Student Shares an Awesome Catch


Here's a 25 inch walleye caught at Lake of the Woods, Ontario. The picture is a great memento for me.

I caught it drifting. We caught it amongst some smaller ones that ended up on the dinner table.

Your advice was helpful in making my trip successful. Thank you!"

- Russell K.

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