Welcome to our Walleye Fishing Home Page

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.

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Fall Fishing Tips

Fall is Transition Time – Be Flexible

Walleye may be shallow.  They may be deep.  You really have to be flexible and open to fishing a number of different spots until you find them.  On some bodies of water, there will be a huge migration with walleye moving to different parts of the lake or back into the rivers.  One day, fish may be shallow and the next they may be deep.  Be willing to cover some water to find the walleye and just know that they may not be there the next day.

As Fall Progresses, Find the Green Weeds

With weeds dying off, walleye are going to move away from the dying weeds and they will seek out the weeds that are still alive.  Fish the green weeds and you’ll probably catch more walleye.

As It Gets Closer To Ice Fishing Season, Go Deeper

As the water temperatures get colder and it gets closer to hard water season, you are going to find most of the bigger schools of walleye in much deeper water.  Try targeting the reefs with water from 20 to 40 foot deep.  You may need to fish slower and use live bait to get more bites.