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Green Bay Walleye Fishing is a Fantastic Experience

Beautiful Scenery and Lots of Walleye

Fall is a fun time to head out to the lake and catch some fish. Some of the best fishing can be had as the temperatures start to drop. If you want to, why not bundle up and get yourself outdoors to find some trophy walleye. Of course if you prefer the warmer weather then you can opt to choose your fishing venture during warmer days.

Sport fishing is popular on Green Bay and its tributaries. It is not uncommon to bring in a ten pounder or several of them if you are good at catching Walleyes! This is a fantastic place for you to practice your walleye catching techniques and learn some new skills each time you head out on these waters. The Walleye fishing here will keep you busy for a long time coming. There are some things that you should know about walleyes as you head out into the water to catch them.

Pay extra attention to picking the correct type of line. You will want to try an snare the fish that is trying to suck your line in, it's an easier catch getting the one who is slash attacking your line. Walleye are a fish that is generally smaller in weight; a six pound test line will be the one you want to start with. Usually this will be the weight that you will have the most success with. When you are using a lighter line, it is easier for the fish to suck in the bait when they make an attempt to go after it. You will want to use a bobbing action to show them the bait. When you bob or bounce the bait this can help to create enough slack in the line which can lower the resistance as the fish is trying to suck the bait into its mouth. Make sure that the line remains somewhat slack this will make the line able to be inhaled by the hungry walleye. If you happen to lose the slack, most of the time you have lost the bite that you could have had.

If you are using jigs it is best to make sure that you use a shorter stroke. When you are using jigs most fishermen are stroking too heavily for what they should be. It may actually be easier to land the fish if you are using the shorter stroke. A clean and short stroke is the best way to go.

If you are out on the lake in the summer looking to catch a walleye you will want to use jigs, crank baits, also live minnows. Fishing in the evening time is highly recommended as are the early mornings. The shallow waters are a good place to look for fish at these hours. Try using these techniques to catch your next walleyes on Green Bay.




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25 Inch Walleye Caught at Lake of the Woods

Walleye Fishing Secrets Student Shares an Awesome Catch


"Andrew,

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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