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Prime Ohio Walleye Spots

Ohio's Lakes and Rivers Offer Excellent Fishing

Walleye can be found throughout the state of Ohio in many lakes and in many of the rivers that run into the larger lakes, especially the rivers that run into Lake Erie.

The Maumee and Sandusky Rivers in Ohio are prime locations for walleye fishing. The best time of year to fish in these areas is during the walleye spawning season, which is typically between the months of March and April. The best spot on the Maumee River for walleye fishing is between the Conant Street Bridge and near the end of Jerome Road that is in Lucas County.

The Sandusky River offers anglers an excellent spot to fish for walleye between Brady's Island and Rodger Young Park. Typically, these rivers are fished from the shore or by wading into the river. There are boat ramps on the Sandusky and Maumee Rivers that can be used. Car-top boats and trailered boats are sometimes used in the lower regions of these rivers.

Floating jigs and yellow and fluorescent twister tails have been found to be effective in fishing for walleye on the Ohio rivers. Live baits, spoons, plastic worms, crankbaits, and small spinner balls are typically used by anglers throughout the state when fishing for walleye.

Walleye can typically be found in moderate to shallow depths. Sand bars, gravel ledges, and submerged structures underwater tend to offer prime locations for walleye to be found. The best time of day to fish for walleye tends to be in the early morning or late evening hours. This is especially true in the summer time, when the waters are warm. In the winter, it is recommended that anglers utilize slower methods and techniques to try to catch walleye due to the walleyes more limited energy levels in the cold winter water. Lake Erie's western basin has been a heralded walleye spawning area. Walleye have been known to migrate over to the western basin in the fall and remain there throughout the winter until the spring when they spawn.

Fishing throughout Ohio and on Lake Erie is highly regulated and as a result anglers should take extra care to make sure that they are aware of any and all regulations that may influence their fishing practices. These regulations surround the quantity of fish that anglers are permitted to catch. Additionally, there are several regions of the rivers that are closed to fishing during various seasons of the year. There are also some regulations in various regions of Ohio related to the time of day that fishing can take place and the size of hooks that can be used. Anglers must also always abide by the 15-inch minimum size limit throughout the entire walleye fishing season. It is extremely important that all anglers use care when fishing and make sure that they are abiding by all of Ohio's fishing regulations.

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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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