Southern Ontario reservoir Walleye.

Posted on July 5th, 2022

Our good friend Gabor Horvat loves to explore southern Ontario reservoirs that have been created for flood control. One of his favorite species to target there is Walleye.

Early morning is one of the best times to target Walleye that cruise shallow shoreline weeds.

Gabor likes to cast crankbaits to Walleye that migrate out of the deeper water breaks and head to shoreline weed.

Walleye learn quickly that feeding is productive venturing into the shallows during low light.

He fishes crankbaits that dive down to 10′ and works them close to the weeds.

Most of Gabor’s reservoir Walleye average 2-5 lb.

Gabor tries to get our early in the day before the sun gets high and these cruising Walleye head back to deeper water.

Caution has to be taken when trying to remove two treble hooks from a thrashing Walleye in the net.

Make sure to check the fishing videos on our Italo Labignan YouTube channel and if you have any questions just email them to me at Ask Italo throughout our www.canadian-sportfishing.com website.

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