Walleye Fishing Tips

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More Categories:  Basics | Rigs & Techniques | Live Baits | Seasonal & Weather
Water Types & Depths | Cover & Structure | Time of Day
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Walleye are one of the most popular freshwater fish.  Some of the best walleye fishing is in the northern states such as Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio and farther north into Canada.  Walleye are popular because they are one of the best-tasting fish and they are easy to fillet.  While other freshwater fish such as bass, northern pike and muskie are known more as sport fish, walleye are a popular fish to eat.

Walleye Fishing Basics
Learn the basics of walleye fishing. From rod and reel to habitat, line, lures, live baits, lures, rigs and more, we have the basics covered in this section.

Best Walleye Destinations
Plan an awesome walleye fishing trip.  We have the best destinations covered in this section.

Catch Bigger Walleye
If you want to catch bigger walleye, we can help.  The destination is key, but once you find the right place, you need to know how to catch them.


Lures for Walleye
Walleye will eat a variety of baits. Take a look at this section to find the best soft plastics and hard baits for catching smallies.

Rigs & Techniques
There are a variety of rigs and techniques that you should know about when targeting walleye.  Take a look at this section to learn more.

Live & Natural Baits
When fishing for walleye with live baits and natural baits, it’s pretty easy. Minnow baits are best and there are several that will help you catch more fish.

Seasonal & Weather
Learn how the weather and different seasons affect walleye fishing.

Different Types of Water & Depths
Learn how to fish for walleye in different types of water including a variety of different depths.

How Fish Relate to Cover & Structure
Learn how to find walleye around different cover and structure.


How the Time of Day Affects Walleye
Learn how the time of day affects walleye fishing.



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