Thursday, April 03, 2008

Walleye Fishing Tips

Walleye do not like bright light and most anglers think that the best time for fishing walleye is early morning or in the evening and even after dark. But on Mindemoya Lake in the heat of summer you have an algae growth that clouds the water somewhat and makes for great fishing even in the heat of the day. As simple as this walleye fishing tip seems, remember it works and just experiment and you will succeed.Fishing tips eBook

1 comment:

riverfront said...

Not only can algae make a difference so can the water flow, especially in rivers. We like to fish walleye on Lake Roosevelt and whenever we can find murky water, we love to fish the humps in that water. We can always find a walleye or two. Great tips

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