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Venturing Out for Walleye in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma is not typically thought of as being a hot walleye fishing state. However, there are many great walleye fishing spots throughout, being most productive in the spring. Although walleye fishing can be enjoyed year round anglers tend to focus on fishing for walleye during the spring months of the year. Throughout Oklahoma walleye anglers should look for fishing spots that offer moderate depth and rocky or sandy floors.

For the most part walleye are found in the larger major lakes of Oklahoma. However, walleye have also been found in some of the rivers that feed into these larger lakes. Oklahoma walleye fishing is often times less productive than walleye fishing in other places of the country. However, it can still be extremely productive and worthwhile if you know where to look.

Typically, Oklahoma walleye migrate up into the rivers and streams that feed into the larger lakes to spawn each spring. Lakes that do not have feeder streams with walleye populations will generally have their walleye populations spawn near shallow bars found in the lake. Also look for walleye in areas with reefs and near shorelines where the water is continually moving.

In the spring anglers should focus their fishing in areas with rocky or gravel bottoms with waters that have moderate depths on the lakes. In the rivers anglers should focus their attention on spots just below dams. In Oklahoma walleye usually spawn during the last week of February and during the months of March and April. Once the walleye have spawned they will move to deeper waters and are often found on the outskirts of weed beds and near the edges of deep drop-offs. Jigs have been widely discussed as being an excellent bait choice in Oklahoma. Oklahoma anglers that fish for walleye have also typically reported success when using small spinner balls with plastic or live worms, live baits, spoons, and crankbaits. Tailwater fishing is a rather productive fishing method for some anglers that may be worth a try.

In the summer walleye tend to move out into the deeper waters of the lakes during the daylight hours. Anglers typically have the best luck when they use baits during this time of year that resemble crawfish, because this is a favorite walleye food. Trolling is the top fishing method used in Oklahoma during the spring, summer, and fall months. In the winter anglers need to use slow fishing methods that will not require the walleye to move quickly to catch.

A few of the top bodies of water for fishing for walleye in Oklahoma are Altus-Lugert Lake, Broken Bow Reservoir, Keystone Lake, Sooner Lake, Grand Lake, Foss Lake, Gibson Lake, Heffner Lake, Skiatook Reservoir, and Webber Falls Reservoir. One of the top walleye fishing spots in Oklahoma is on Lake Hefner in February and March near the dam rip-rap. Anglers will most likely find walleye in the deepest lakes throughout this state.

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25 Inch Walleye Caught at Lake of the Woods

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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.

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