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The Advantage Of Underwater Structure
Catch More Walleyes Above Reefs and More


In addition to understanding that Walleye just hanging out and passing the time on these structures, you have to try and determine which structures are attractive for any given time to the fish.

In the spring when spawning is occurring, a structure that is located in the middle of a deep lake is not going to be packed with Walleye. This is because the fish are spawning, so they are heading to the shallower waters. The same structure near the shore may be teeming with Walleye at this time.




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In the warmer summer months, structures which are in shallow water can be very successful for Walleye anglers. These structures are above the thermocline of the water, but they supply shade and cooler water that the Walleye love.

In addition, there is an abundance of baitfish and oxygen in these structures during this time. During the hot parts of the day the fish may move to somewhat deper underwater structure, and at night the fish will move to structure closer to the shore.

During the fall and winter months, the fish will move to the deepest parts of the area, where the water is coldest and there is plenty of oxygen. Deep water structures may be a great spot during these times, but there is never a guarantee when it comes to these slippery fish.

The only hard fact about Walleye is that they are unpredictable. Just as important as the fact that there is an underwater structure present is the food factor. If the structure has no baitfish, the Walleye will move somewhere else where there is an abundance of food.

Most underwater structures which are large and prominent will usually have at least a few Walleye, but ideally finding the structures where the entire school is hiding is a much better option. Far too many anglers make the assumption that if an underwater structure is present this means a whole mess of Walleye are down there waiting, and this is not always true.

Underwater structure plays a part in fishing for Walleye, but it is not the only factor that needs to be considered.

Understanding the migration of the Walleye through the day and seasons, as well as the food sources and their locations, will help you find structures that are a good Walleye fishing spot because of the large number of fish hiding out.

All of the factors must be considered together, to help pinpoint structures that will be widely used for the time of year and the specific weather and temperatures. It is impossible to follow the same rules every time you go fishing, because Walleye are known for being unpredictable.

Understanding the movements of the fish will help you understand where they will be at any given time, giving you an advantage when it comes to choosing structures to fish.




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