Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Cold weather walleye fishing

Because by this time of the year their food, which is located in shallow areas, is no longer available. So, conveniently for the walleye, there are plenty of minnows around in the deeper waters during the time of year that the leaves are falling above water.
When scouting out a spot to fish in the fall, look for steep dropoff points that are anywhere from 75 - 90 degrees in angle and taller than 20 feet. These will bring you the most success by far.
The walleyes will travel up the ledge of the dropoff, eat, then head back toward bottom. They will do this several times per day.More fishing tips and books.

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