Thursday, May 03, 2007

Night time fishing for walleyes

Out on the water, look for things that aren’t showing on a lake map such as rock formations, depth fluctuations and other abnormalities that are not readily obvious to all anglers.
Night fishing can usually be bountiful in small patches of gravel that appear close to weeds.
Keep an eye out for minnow formations during the day. Usually you’ll find them near bay entrances.
If they’re there during the day, the walleyes will be there for a late dinner that night.
When the weather is consistent, walleyes are very predictable.
If you find them feeding at a certain time, you can be sure they’ll be there the following night around the same time.
Try live bait with a variety of glow in the dark lures and prepare for a feeding frenzy.

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