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Safety Check When Fishing for Walleye

Keeping Safe on the Water in All Seasons

Walleye fishing is always a lot of fun. Some anglers lose sight that it can also become dangerous. There are several things that you need to keep in mind when hitting the walleyes spring, summer, fall and winter.

Spring is an exciting time of year for anglers. They can finally dust off their gear and start patrolling the waters. Spring walleye fishing can be fairly chilly. Make sure that you are wearing appropriate clothing. Layers are always a good idea since you can adjust to the changing temperatures.

Summer walleye fishing offers a different problem. Make sure that you slather on the sunscreen at least thirty minutes before you hit the water. Water reflects and intensives the suns rays. This can lead to severe sun burn if you aren't cautious.

Warmer temperatures can also cause dehydration. Dehydration can alter your perspective and make it harder to make safe decisions. Make sure that you pack hydrating beverages like water. Alcohol is never safe to consume on the water and can contribute to dehydration. Save the beer for the bon-fire.

Night time is a great time for walleye fishing. Night time also has its own pitfalls. Make sure that you know the water well before you fish at night. It is hard to see under water obstacles in the dark.

Make sure that you always fish with a flashlight, GPS unit and cell phone in your boat. Storms can come on to you fast when you can't see much. Try to stay in touch with the incoming weather patterns. If a storm does catch you unaware these tools can help guide you home safely.

As fall takes its place in the seasonal change, many anglers pack in their gear for other pursuits. Fall walleye can be a very productive time of year. The changing weather does require some changes in preparation.

Whether you are fishing in the fall or winter, wearing a survival suit is a good idea. Cold water wreaks havoc on the human body faster then most people realize. A survival suit is designed to trap in body heat. This can be a life saver if you fall into the water. Survival suits are also a great outer layer against colder weather.

Hats, gloves and boots are important to bring along. Rubber boots paired with an extra long tow line will help keep your feet dry and your fishing trip comfortable. A thermos of something warm will also help keep your spirits up when the temps are low.

Docks and boat launches can get icy in the fall. A bag of sand or salt is great to have on hand. These can keep you from hitting the water unexpectedly. Sometimes ice hits the water early. Always treat ice with the utmost respect. Ice can look deceivingly solid.

Whenever you are on the water, you should wear a life vest. Water can be unpredictable and deadly. A life vest can save your life, but only if you are wearing it. There are a lot of vests on the market. It is really easy to find one that offers both safety and comfort.

The great thing about walleye fishing is that it can be done throughout the year. While fishing is a great sport, anything that involves water can be dangerous. A little preparation and caution will keep you safely fishing all season long.

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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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