Fall “blading” for Walleye.

Posted on December 2nd, 2020

Some die-hard anglers that don’t mind fishing in fall cold temperatures, rain and wind know that it can be one of the best times of the year to catch chunky Walleye.

When water temperatures drop Walleye that were scattered throughout a water-body feeding at different depths know to move into near-shore structure to follow schools of baitfish that are attracted to those areas to feed. Only challenge is that with the colder water Walleye can feed lightly and this means that slow-moving presentations fished close to the bottom will work best.

This is a perfect time to target them either using a jig/live minnow or a “blade-bait” which both are jigged near the bottom.

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