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Wild Walleye Fishing in North Dakota

Four-Season Walleye Success

When it comes to fishing for walleyes in North Dakota there are many different techniques. Each season requires different tackle and techniques if you want to be successful. However, if you know what to use and where to fish walleye fishing can be a lot of fun. Consider the following seasonal tips for catching walleye in North Dakota.

Spring Walleye Fishing

When fishing in North Dakota in the spring you will find that most fish can be found in the river currents or along the shoreline. The fish that are along the shoreline are usually within 3-10 feet. These fish are generally swimming near their spawning beds to protect their eggs.

During the day you will find that males are generally close to the shore protecting the spawning beds. The larger females generally hide in the deeper water or the river or lake. If you want quantity, fish near the bank where you will find a great supply of males. However, if you are in search of size and trophy fish fishing the deeper waters at a depth of 10-15 feet.

In the spring you should use lighter jigs and reel them rather quickly. During this time the walleye are quite aggressive. Use jigs that are bright such as yellow, red, white or chartreuse. In most cases white is the color that is responded to the most.

Summer Walleye Fishing

When the summer season arrives walleye can generally be found in deeper pools. Areas with bluffs or rocky shorelines provide excellent places to fish. Walleye can also be found in grassy areas along the bank.

If you are fishing with jigs it is good to consider natural colors such as white, black and brown. Silver is also a great color for the summer months. Heavier jigs are also much more popular during these months. If you are in an area where you can use live bait salted minnows are a great bait to use.

When using live bait fish along the bottom while slowly reeling in. During the morning you can use a more aggressive method and in the afternoon you should slow down and go easily. Fish out in the deeper pools during the day and along the shoreline during the night.

Fall Walleye Fishing

Fall fishing may be a bit frustrating. As the water begins to cool weeds along the bank begin to die. These weeds take the oxygen out of the water and release methane-sulfate, which is poison to the fish. For this reason the fish begin to swim up stream or towards areas of large open water. In the rivers you will find the fish hanging around the edges of the rapids or in large open pools.

Luckily there is a great time to fish for walleye in the fall. The large females swim in to the shoreline late at night. Fishing between 10PM and 3AM will provide excellent results. In this case you can fish with live bait such as worms or minnows or you can use jigs. Stay in the shallow water such as the areas that are 2-3 feet deep.

North Dakota is a great place to pull in some nice walleye in all seasons!

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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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