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Netting Walleyes in the Deep

Bountiful Walleyes from the Deep Lake, Lake Champlain

There are plenty of walleyes in Lake Champlain and Lake Memphremagog. There are also several rivers that feed these lakes where the fish are able to be found on your next Lake Champlain Walleye fishing trip.

One of these rivers is the Clyde River, where the Vermont state record walleye was caught. You will enjoy catching walleye in all four season on this lake. Whichever season you prefer to go fishing in, you can use some of the following tips to help ensure that you will catch plenty of walleye.

The walleyes are a fish that generally prefers to stay in the gravelly areas of the deeper lakes such as Lake Champlain. You will be most successful at locating walleye which are hanging around rocky and sandy bottom lake spots. The fish are generally more abundant in the colder and deeper lakes. It has been proven that they are also able to survive in warmer waters and can populate these types of lakes.

If you are able to catch your walleye in either of these lake temperatures, you will enjoy the treasured taste of the soft flaky flesh of the fish when you cook them up on the barbeque. The walleye spawn each year in the early part of the spring time season, and if they are able to, they will migrate upstream. They tend to move in the direction of feeder streams to spawn, away from the lake. If the fish are not able to move upstream, they will seek out the shallow bars and shoals which are located near the deeper water. They prefer bottom surfaces of hard substance and clear clean waters.

There are several popular types of baits that an angler may want to use, however with experience you will find that some work better than others dependant on environmental seasons and conditions. Some of the baits that you will want to take with you in your tackle box include live baits, crank baits, spoons, spinner baits which are smaller as well as a large selection of different worms and grubs that are just waiting to be sought out by the walleye you are after.

In the spring time you will be successful if you search for fish in the shallow to moderately shallow waters as they are getting ready to spawn for the season. Check for walleye in areas of the lake that have formed gravel ledges and submerged points. Keep in mind these fish prefer to spawn around formed bumps that are raised above the water, these are their favorite locations.

In warmer seasons of the late summer and fall times, you will have more success catching walleyes if you travel along points and gravel bars early in the day. Try to seek out walleye in the earlier mornings and move into the deeper waters as the sun gets higher in the sky around mid-morning and noon time. In the winter time, the fish are less active in the colder waters; therefore you will need to move the bait slower when you are going after the walleye. Whichever season you are fishing in, have fun and enjoy catching the walleyes.

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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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