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Finding Walleye in Lake Ontario's Waters

Fishing trips to Lake Ontario in Search of the Walleye

Lake Ontario can be a great walleye fishing adventure. When fishing the deeper waters on large lakes such as Lake Ontario, the big walleyes caught are likely to be female. Large females come into shallow waters near the shore usually only during the spring.

The female walleyes are generally found at depths of 15 to 40 feet, while the males may be found at depths of 2 to 15 feet all year. The size of the lake and its location in terms of how far north it is will determine how deep into the water the females like to go.

In large lakes such as Lake Ontario, the walleyes sometimes prefer to stay suspended along the water above schools of baitfish. One technique to use to find these walleyes is to troll until you find a deeply located school of baitfish. Continue to troll over this school of fish. They are usually located at depths of 15 to 40 feet deep.

The Rapala Husky Jerks and the Rattlin Fat Raps are commonly used baits. From 10 to 20 foot depths you may want to use the Regular Husky Jerks, and at the 20 to 40 foot depths you may prefer to use the Down Deep Husky Jerk or the Down Deep Rattlin Fat Rap. Using a depth finder, you will be able to locate these schools of fish. In order to determine what depth you are at, the Husky Jerks descend approximately 1 foot for every 10 feet of line that is cast. The Down Deep Rapalas descend about 3 feet for every 10 feet of line you cast. Your troll speed will determine how deep the lures will descend.

Another technique to use to fish for the deep down fish; is with a 6 lb test line and a 3 way swivel rig. This technique is useful to catch fish which are near bottom, from 20 to 60 foot depths of water. You may want to use a 6 lb test as thicker lines will create a large amount of friction with the water and it will be difficult to locate the bottom. It is best to use a weight of 1 or 2 ounces, a 3 way swivel and a lure that is not able to sink.

The Original floating Rapala, Thunderstick and Countdown Rapala are all popular to use. You may also want to use a worm harness and fat worm with spinner blades that are small. When fishing walleyes you will want to use a rig that is similar to that of a trout rig. The ratios of the lines are not the same however. Use a lead line that is 3 feet long attached to the 3 way swivel and the sinker. Slowly troll and let the line out easily. When your sinker is able to hit the bottom, real the line up a foot and then wait to catch your Lake Ontario walleye.

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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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