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Minnow Advantages
How To Catch More Walleye Using Minnows


Walleye are known for being tricky fish, and understanding when to use minnows can play a big part in being more successful on the water.

Minnows come in many different varieties and colors, so there is an abundance to choose from. There are many minnows which are excellent for catching Walleye, and these include the Red Tail Chub, Golden Shiner, Redbelly Dace, and many others.




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It may be a good idea to check with the bait shop to see which minnows work best in that specific area.

Or not.

Because after all,


They Come In All Different Names And Sizes , But At The End Of The Day, I Just Call Them All....Minnows.


Once the temperatures start to rise, in the water and the air, minnows may not be as effective.

During high heat days, minnows may not survive long enough to be hooked, and so they are not a great bait option sometimes during the summer months.

Itís important that the bait chosen is fresh and active. Minnows which are slow, sluggish, or halfway to death may not attract any Walleye unless they are in a feeding frenzy, and maybe not even then.

Minnows that are alert and active will attract the fish better, and increase the success you can see. Look for water temps that are below fifty or sixty degrees, so that the minnows will wriggle and move naturally.

Bringing In More And Bigger Walleye With Minnows If the time is right for using minnows as bait, there are some Walleye fishing tips and techniques that can help you catch more and bigger Walleye.

Look for ledges around the shoreline, and underwater structures that can help conceal the Walleye from their prey.

Because the water is colder when minnows are the ideal bait, the Walleye can be located in closer to the shore.

Minnows can work very well when the Walleye are spawning, as well as before and after the spawn.

After the Walleye are done with the spawn, use minnows near the spawning grounds, and you may be amazed at your catch.

The female Walleye leave the area right after the eggs are laid, but the males may stick around for a week or two, and will normally jump at the chance to eat a nice fat minnow.

The variety of minnow you choose can have an impact on Walleye success.

During the spring months, the fish in many bodies of water will be attracted to shiner minnows, even when other minnows are offered. During the fall fishing season, shiner minnows may not work as well or be as effective while Redtail Chub minnows may be an excellent choice.




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