The regular Walleye season just opened last weekend in southern Ontario but anglers in the southwestern part of the province have been enjoying catching them as early as March and continue to catch them now. The large females for the most part have returned to the Great Lakes but anglers can still enjoy catching eating-size walleye from shore and from boats.
Our friend Scott Clark recently went back to the Detroit River and had excellent fishing with his buddies right off the Windsor waterfront. They used 5/8 oz. jighead tipped with 4″ soft-plastic minnows fished along the bottom to catch their fish.