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Working Mudlines to Bring in a Trophy

Trolling the mudline can increase your Walleye fishing success if it is done correctly. Many times when the lure crosses from the mudline to the clearer water, it is hit and you catch a Walleye. This works very well with any color lure, but especially when you use the color silver on the lure along with a blue or black color. Walleye are crafty fish, and the mudlne provides cover for the fish and prevents bright light from penetrating the water. Mudlines occur when the Walleye chop stirs up sand and mud from the bottom and the shore. This causes the water to become dark and saturated with sediment and sand.

Many anglers stay away from the mudline because of the lack of angler visibility, and some anglers believe that the mudlines can not be a good place to catch the fish because the fish can not see the bait. Secondary structures which are in the mudline can help increase the odds of Walleye being present, and these structures can be weed beds, boulders, vegetation, or even brush that is submerged. These structures inside the mudline provide cover for bait fish, and where these fish are the Walleye will usually follow. The Walleye will usually swim along the mudlines looking for food, and an attractive lure right on these lines will get the fish to notice. The flash of color and the movement of the lure at the mudline makes it a great temptation for the fish, especially because they are usually following the mudline to find bait fish and other food. Walleye stay in the mudline because it also provides cover, so the fish can ambush the prey without being seen.

Not all mudlines are the same, and the presentation is another factor that needs to be considered when fishing the mudlines. Crankbaits, Lindy rigs, and Northland spinners can all be very effective at certain times of the year and in certain conditions. Off-Shore planer boats can help increase the effectiveness of your fishing efforts, because these boards will allow you to fish both the deep and shallow areas of the mudline. Vertical jigging can also be an effective tactic for anglers, especially if the fish are spooking easily. The mudlines provide another benefit as well. The aggressive water action and the saturated water will help cover the sound of your boat.

Fishing the mudline for Walleye can be one of the best tactics to use when the conditions are right. Experienced anglers know the importance of the mudline, and they use this knowledge to their advantage. The mudline can be a powerful tool in your arsenal to help you catch Walleye more often and more effectively. Not using these conditions to your advantage usually means missing out on the crafty Walleye hiding in these waters, and can cost you a trophy Walleye or a limit fishing trip.

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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!"

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