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Kawartha Lakes, ON Walleye feeding shallow.

Posted on June 10th, 2020

Josh Westerink has been having great success catching good-size Walleye in Ontario’s Kawartha Lakes.

He reports that his best action has been in 4-8′ of water where there is a mix of shallow rocks, weeds and surrounding mud bottom. To Josh locating the new weeds growing up is the key.

He has bee doing well working smaller crankbaits with medium running depths in the open water around the weed/rock outcrops and also fishing a black bucktail 1/4 jig as well as using a paddle-tail plastic grub near the bottom.

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