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Finding Walleyes in Saskatchewan

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Fishing for walleyes is an incredible experience to enjoy in Saskatchewan. You may want to visit the northern region's untouched lakes, the clear lakes and rivers of the central region or the lakes and rivers in the south which tend to produce large and fast growing walleye.

Depending on what size of walleye you want to catch or how many fish you are after, is a decision to make prior to embarking on your Saskatchewan walleye fishing adventure. You may wish to catch walleye all day long bringing in fish around a size of two pounds, or you may prefer to go after a trophy sized walleye. The bigger fish prefer deep water during the day and are found in shallow water at night.

Springtime brings walleyes alongside river currents and close to shorelines. By placing a jig of 1/8th or 1/16th oz you will retrieve many of the walleye around the shore. Bright colored jigs are the best to use, such as white, yellow and red colors. During the day you will likely catch small males. The larger females are found at 10 to 35m depths. You can use downrigger, Down Deep Husky Jerks or j-13 Down Deep jointed Rapalas when trolling. In smaller boats, use a 3 way swivel, or a 1-2oz weight as you troll back and forth with a worm harness and worm or a floating Rapala.

To locate congregational spots, troll slowly along the shoreline with an Original Floating Rapala or Thunderstick. Feeding walleyes will be in 2 to 4 feet of water and will be attracted to fire tiger, red, blue and chartreuse colors. Trolling back and forth too many times will spook the fish, therefore locate them and turn off the engine before you start casing. Use jigs which are light and contain a white twistertail, worm piece, walleye gullet, leach, live minnow or salted minnow.

In Saskatchewan, summertime takes the walleyes into deeper water. Females come close to shore between 10 pm and 3am. These fish prefer blue colors and you must troll slowly and quietly; you may consider using a Loten jig rig. Sometimes they are found off rocky points, at river mouths, or around islands that have surrounding gravel. In rivers where the fish prefer deep pools and currents beside rapids, use a float with a minnow or a worm. In lakes, the fish stay in thick weeds that offer protection from the sun. In these areas, it is best to use a 1/8th oz jig with an unscented white twistertail, natural colors work best. Drag the jig along the bottom as you cast out to attract the fish to feed. Shake the line gently every so often to remove debris. Longer jig motions are more effective in the mornings. In the afternoons the fish are slower moving and by using a worm piece, walleye gullet or minnow will be most attractive to them.

Fall takes the fish out of the dying weeds to the bed edges and into deeper waters to depths of 10-25 feet. Walleyes enjoy feeding when pressure is rising, if too low they may stop feeding. Use a depth finder to pinpoint where you are finding fish. Enjoy your Saskatchewan walleye fishing adventure and use these tips to catch the fish you want.

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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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