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Great Minnesota and Canada Walleye Fishing

Catching Walleyes at Lake of the Woods

If you are an avid walleye angler and have not had a chance to do any Lake of the Woods walleye fishing, you are missing out. Lake of the Woods is a large lake located in Minnesota and Canada that is teeming with walleye. The lake has been described as having water that is the color of tea, making fishing on the lake something that must be done during the day.

You can find success fishing here all year round depending on where you fish on the lake.

To catch the maximum amount of fish during your trip to Lake of the Woods, the best presentation you can offer your catch are jigs, crank baits and spinner rigs that are holding minnows. Walleyes in this lake feed on minnows during the spring so they are naturally attracted to these tiny fish when used as bait. Additionally, the dark water of the lake requires the angler to you something that flashes when it hits the surface light as well as vibrates the water. This helps attract the walleye, making them curious and bringing them into your line. You may consider using a rainbow spinner or a Northland whistler jig when you are walleye fishing.

Fishing here in the spring may require you to anchor in order to bring the walleye in. These fish are typically sluggish and it requires patience when trying to catch them. During the early summer months, you want to move to the basin area of Lake of the Woods and use a crank bait in order to bring in the walleyes. Downriggers are also recommended but if you do not have any in your box, you can use offshore snap weights to help sink your lure lower in the water. Reef Runner Ripsticks used with Fireline is another way to make sure you get your line low enough in the water.

When the summer weather gets hot and calm, you will need to move to the reef rocks along the lake. The walleye tend to school there and you will need to switch to a spinner rig or plain snell attached to a bottom bouncer. You should consider using crawlers or leeches as bait on these presentations to attract the walleye along the rocks.

Keep in mind that the Lake of the Woods walleye fishing is also dependant on the weather the day you are fishing. For example, if there is a cold front on the way, you will find that the walleye are clumped together in tight groups and will not take your bait as quickly as you would like. Patience is required and you may wish to use a jig presentation when this occurs. During steady weather, a spinner rig will work well and you should catch walleyes without a lot of work. Walleyes will move faster and chase your presentation more aggressively if the water is warm.

If you find that your fishing is unproductive, don't be afraid to try new types of presentation. The key is to make sure you use something that is flashy and vibrates in the dark water of this Minnesota lake to bring your walleyes in.




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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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