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Lake Fishing Supremacy

Fishing for Walleye in Lakes

Lakes, especially large lakes such as Lake Erie, are one of the most popular places for anglers to go in search of the majestic walleye. They offer perfect conditions for the fish to breed and thrive, subsequently, most lakes have an impressive supply of walleye. In addition, the vast lakes ensure that you can always find a quiet spot, without dozens of fellow anglers, to fish in tranquility.

As with every other body of water, the spawning season is one of the most prolific periods for catching walleye. When fishing for walleye in a lake, it is a good idea to look at the structure of the lake and find the optimum locations for the walleye to congregate for spawning. For example, submerged logs, sunken island, rock bars, and ledges are great places for the notoriously shy walleye. In early spring, these are the spots that are most likely to contain high concentration of walleye fish.

However, as the summer approaches, the walleye will disperse and can be much more difficult to pinpoint. Subsequently, the success rate in lakes drops during the early summer months. That is not to say that chances cannot be had, because there certainly are opportunities available, which are helped by the fact that the walleye is particularly hungry at this time of year.

In lakes, especially the larger lakes, it is important for an angler to try to cover as much ground as possible. In other words, trolling spinners, crankbaits and quicker presentations are a must. If you are trying to fish a lake in the middle of the day, it is wise to locate the deepest spots of water, especially ones that have vegetation or structural intricacies that are perfect for the walleye to hide in.

When fishing a lake for walleye, it is always a good idea to watch the weather, because winds and clouds can have an effect on the behavior patterns of the fish. For example, walleye can be found in rocky points after several days of the wind blowing from the same direction. In addition, if it is overcast, the walleye is much more likely to immerge from the depths.

Many anglers choose to fish the lakes after dark, especially in the late spring and summer, because the walleye is much more active after dark. Typically, the walleye is renowned for its ability to remain at the bottom of the lakebed and move very little during the day. However, in the security of darkness they come to the shallows to feed and are generally much more frisky. It is often claimed that greater numbers of lake walleye can be caught at night. Therefore, if you are after a trophy catch, bear in mind that great success can be had after sunset.

If you are not crazy about the idea of pulling an all-nighter, then another optimum time for lake walleye is dawn. Most fish feed at dawn and the walleye is no exception. As the sun rises the fish will gradually move deeper into the lake, but during the sunrise, there are many opportunities to bag yourself a great catch.

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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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