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Warm Weather Walleyes

Attract Swarms of Walleye in the Summer Months

Hey, Andrew Martinsen here. Walleye are classified as a cool water species, but these fish are found throughout Canada and all over the United States, even in the southern states where the waters are warm and the temperatures ranging from mild to hot.

In the Summer months, Walleye feed mainly at night, using sand bars and other structures which hide minnows and crayfish. Walleye fishing during the warmer months may require changing the bait you use, as well as the areas that you fish in. Bait that works well for Walleye fishing in warm waters or weather can include minnows, bottom bouncer rigs, worms, and wide wobble crankbaits. When the water starts warming up, the Walleye head for darker waters which are cooler. This means that the favorite ice fishing spot in the winter will probably not catch you a lot of Walleye during the summer months. You can be effective in the warmer season, though, if you can anticipate the movements of the fish.

Walleye fishing in the Summer or in warm water must also take into consideration the elements and weather. These fish prefer deep water to shallow, especially in warmer months, and they like choppy water rather than calm water. An ideal location to catch Walleye in the summer months would be a windy day, with small waves on the surface of the water, and a water depth of at least ten feet, preferably more. Underwater structures, such as sand bars and islands, are also the ideal habitat for these fish. Walleye will gravitate to the cool water, which is generally found where the water is deepest, and this is where fishing for this species will have the best luck.

For successful Walleye fishing in Summer, fish at night. This is when the Walleye feed, and when it is coolest out. Choose areas with deeper water, with structures or deep weed beds that provide cover for the Walleye and prevent sunlight from penetrating. Because of the way their eyes function, Walleye are extremely sensitive to light and hide from the sun. If you want to catch Walleye in the Summer, you have to understand how the fish acts and feeds. Understanding the patterns and behavior of the fish can help you locate them in the warm water, and this is the most important aspect of catching Walleye, knowing where they are and what their habits are.

Great fishin to you!,

Andrew Martinsen

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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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