Kawartha Lakes, ON night-time shoreline walleye.

Posted on October 26th, 2016

Keen walleye anglers know that as we move later into fall and water temps start to drop, walleye start to migrate more at night and target much of their feeding right along shorelines. This happens right after dark and fishing key “contact areas” like moving water, points and stream mouths are key to intercepting these fish.


Michael Kumar had a chance to fish a Rapala Husky Jerk and landed some nice walleye up to 24″ long.


All were returned unharmed to continue feeding & growing!  Well done Michael.

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