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Bay de Noc Walleye Fishing Tips

Pulling in More Walleye at This Popular Spot

Lake Michigan is one of the largest lakes in the word and is a perfect habitat for Walleye fish thanks to it's many structures providing varying depth and contours where they can thrive and grow.

One of the most popular and successful locations for walleye fishing on Lake Michigan is the Bay de Noc.

Both the Little Bay de Noc and the Big Bay de Noc are homes to world-renowned fishing but are probably best known for their trophy walleye. The upper portion of Little Bay de Noc as well as through out the middle bay is a good place to start as walleye are regularly found in these regions. On the Big Bay de Noc walleye are heavily fished in the upper portions.

Although they do feed all through the day, generally walleye fish feed at dusk and dawn, which is the best time to fish as they are more likely to take the bait. Also Walleye fish are sensitive to light and stay close to the bottom throughout the day to avoid bright sunshine. They tend to come closer to the surface in the late afternoon to early morning and dedicated fisherman can often still be found on the water well into the night. This time of night is particularly recommended if you are looking for larger trophy fish!

Keep your eyes open for sandy areas or weedy rocky points especially in springtime as it is in these types of conditions where the fish will spawn. Walleye are especially aggressive this time of year and therefore will go for just about any lure.

The types of lure that have been proven to be the most successful when it comes to walleye fishing include jigs, crankbaits and spinners. In the spring and fall a jig with a plastic tip will usually suffice but during the summer months when the water is warmer and the food source is plentiful or if you are simply finding the fish inactive you may need to tip the jig with live bait such as worms or leeches. Crankbaits are hard to knock due to their accurate resemblance of the real thing. Choose a Crankbait that is long and thin as these are the features that naturally attract walleye. Spinners are an old favourite and are available in wide range of colours.

Biologists have found the colors red, orange, yellow and green are among the most visible to walleye fish. Having said that, purple lures have also been known to be very successful and it is often just up to each individual angler and their personal experiences as to their favourite choice of colour. Walleye are unpredictable fish so a technique that works one day may not work the next. Keep experimenting and don't give up and you will be sure to make a great catch.

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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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