How To Find Walleye In The Spring

17 Apr

Walleye anglers that know what they are doing always head out away from the maddening crowds before they start fishing.


This is where they are easily able to find the Walleye fish they are looking for. The walleye in this location are the ones that have not yet made it as far as the spawning waters. This is a fact, because no walleye are the same. They do not spawn on a specific place every time nor do they spawn at a certain time or the same as other Walleye. This is why you have to pay attention to the behavior of the walleye you are catching, and see what they prefer.

If you come across a lake that has plenty of rock structures, flats, springs or even a kind of deep transition shoreline, this is the right place and here you will find great populations of walleye. The location plays the biggest role in successfully catching these fish. If you are in the right area then you should be able to catch without a problem. If you are in search of the perfect place to fish for walleye, you need to find a spot or an area that has some


A ledge, sandbars and/or current breaks are known habitats for spring walleye. The one thing you have to remember when fishing for walleyes is to make sure you fish small areas at a time and not big areas. If you rush to fish big areas, you will lose the great spots and you will also lose all big walleye, which you do not want to do!


A great tip for walleye fishing is when you are trying to catch them in deeper waters.  To corner them in these deep holes it is best to make use of a heavy weight with crankbait and three-way swivel. Drop these into these holes where walleye are.



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