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Top Indiana Walleye Spots

Some Great Locations for Catching Walleyes in the Hoosier State

Indiana isn't necessarily known for its walleye fishing but there are a great number of places here that are stocked with walleye and prove to make a great walleye fishing experience. Locations include natural lakes, reservoirs and rivers, all of which offer beautiful scenery as well as good fishing opportunities.

Just a few examples of places include Bass Lake, Kokomo Reservoir, Clear Lake, Monroe Lake, Lake of the Woods and Pretty Lake. In fact there are a total of sixteen lakes and one river that are stocked with walleye in Indiana.

Walleye are an enticing fish to try to catch. They are aggressive and fast and with help from their great vision tend to feed in the low-light hours of late evening and early morning. At this time Walleye can be found fairly close to the surface and are known for sticking close to underwater structures and rocky areas. During the daytime hours when the sun is strong and warms the surface of the water, the walleye will retreat into the cooler deeper water.

Fishing for walleye in Indiana is popular with beginner walleye anglers as well as those with a great deal of experience. The technique used to fish walleye can vary greatly and often comes down to personal preference along with experience. Additionally fishing for walleye here can be done successfully from either a boat or from the shore and once again is purely up to preference.

Depending on where exactly you are fishing may have an affect on the most effective and successful fishing technique for catching walleye. Fishing on a lake or reservoir will normally require a slightly different method than that used when fishing in the flowing waters of a river.

Those with more experience can feel free to experiment with specialised rigs and a variety of tackle but most of the time simple fishing techniques will work just as effectively. When fishing on a lake or reservoir in low light or dark hours target the shore line using chartreuse coloured crank baits and getting the lure as close to the bottom as possible normally works well.

Alternatively trolling crank baits is an effective way to locate a school of walleye in a vast area of water. Walleye stick together so once you locate one you will often find that it is possible to catch a number of them. At this point try using lead head jigs and experiment with and without bait.

If you are fishing at a reservoir or lake during the daytime, you will have most luck finding walleye in the deep and dark water. Look around areas of structure such as rocky areas, drop off's and standing timber. When fishing in rivers you may need to vary the technique somewhat. Many people have success with crankbaits and jigs with twister tails. Spinner bait has also proved successful.

So wherever you decide to fish walleye in Indiana, so long as you look in the right places at the right time of day you are likely to have good results.

The important thing is to have an enjoyable fishing trip and to remember to experiment. If you find that one technique is not delivering, have a go with a different one.




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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!"

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