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Test the Waters of Lake Huron
A Walleye Angler's Dream Destination


One of the most popular spots on Lake Huron is Saginaw Bay. It is located on the eastern side of the lake in the state of Michigan and makes a beautiful holiday destination as well as a reputable walleye fishing spot.

Walleye can and are caught here all year round but the most enjoyable time and the period when walleye are highly aggressive is during the summer. When the waters are warmer the fish are much more active and are more likely to go for the bait or lure.




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In the daytime when the sun is strong, the fish will move deeper to avoid sunlight and find cooler waters. Early morning or late afternoon, try closer the surface particularly around structures of rocky, weedy and sandy areas.

Rigging deep-water crank baits are a popular choice amongst walleye anglers when searching around sunken reefs and often produce great results. Others prefer to troll Storm lures with a choice of tot such as the rattle tot but a spoon rig has also produced results. Every angler has their favoured technique that is usually based on previous experience and success, so it's all about experimentation and if one thing isn't working then try something else.

Saginaw Bay also offers some great opportunities for ice fishing for winter walleye. When the water first freezes the fish tend to stay near the shoreline but as it gets colder and the ice gets thicker you will have to travel further in, as the fish will retreat to deeper waters. Try jigging with a wax worm or bigger spoon tipped with a minnow.

Tawas Bay in the north of the lake is one of the best walleye fishing destinations according to locals. This area is known for its larger walleye so if you are going after size rather than quantity, then this is the place to go. Lake Huron however is a massive lake with countless spots full of walleye. The best way to know where are you are most likely to be successful at different times of year is through talking to locals. Ask for advice and tips in tackle and bait shops or even consider going out with a guide, especially if it's your first time in the area. Always remember to stay open-minded, keep experimenting and never give up!




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