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Walleye Methods

Some Keys to Putting More Walleye in the Net

Walleye fishing is pretty easy to get hooked on. The thrill of the hunt and catch is incomparable. There are several key areas that can help to take your walleye fishing the next level.

Studying the lake map for a solid amount of time and spending time on the water tooling around so that you can recognize every landmark and name every bay, river or stream that exists on the water body are a couple of ways to do this.

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It's easy to mark a point on a paper map, but much harder to transfer that abstract area to real life. Trying to work the boat, electronics and tackle while holding a map is also difficult. By the time you are ready to fish, it's good to know the map like the back of your hand.

Before each fishing excursion, it can be helpful to choose three to four spots that will be the focus of your trip. If you plan to hit a structure, narrow your search down even further by choosing two or three points to focus on. Ask around at the local bait shop or at the dock to see where others have tried to catch walleye. They may know of spots that you haven't even considered.

Scouting the water is often what separates the great anglers from the average ones. While many anglers are content to stay put when they find a group of fish, moving past that mindset can put you on more fish.

The goal of scouting is not just to find walleye, but also locate the active ones. Good scouting requires covering as much area as possible, so you will need to keep on the move and eye the electronics. When you see a promising spot, test a few different presentations, rotating them in 10 to 20 minute periods of time. If you don't get a response, move on. This can be hard to do when you know there are fish below, but finding the active groups will set you apart from the more casual anglers.

To truly excel at catching walleye, it's important to be versatile. It's easy to get caught in a rut with a presentation that you know usually does well. This can limit your success on the water because not all walleye respond the same way. Spending time practicing with new presentations is key.

Focusing on water reconnaissance, scouting and versatility can improve your results out on the water.

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