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Kayaking Fall Walleye.

Posted on October 20th, 2021

Many anglers that want to have off-shore fishing access but not necessarily from a boat have invested in getting a fishing kayak.

Fall Walleye.
Decked-out fishing kayaks are versatile and efficient for covering water either casting or trolling.

Scott Clark has a “power” kayak that enables him to cover water fast and fish still-waters or rivers. Recently he was fishing the Grand River with crankbaits and worm harnesses and has consistently caught eating-size Walleye. Scott targets sections of the Grand River that has water depth to 20′ and then fishes the drop-offs to catch his fish.

Fall Walleye.
One of the benefits of kayak fishing early in the day is experiencing brilliant sunrises.

Scott like to start early and get the “first-bite”. That’s when trolling or casting crankbaits that dive to 10′ depths can work really well to catch aggressively feeding Walleye.

Kayak Fishing.
Kayaks enable anglers to get into shallows where Pike love to feed.

I have done well using the same technique for catching both Smallmouth Bass and Pike.

Fall Walleye.
When targeting fall Walleye is common to also catch Smallmouth Bass feeding in the same areas.

The Catch series of Pelican kayaks are designed for maximum fishing performance and I find the “peddle-drive” a real asset to enable me to use my hands for casting or trolling as opposed to paddling.

If you don’t have the vehicle to trailer a larger boat, or a facility to store it a fishing kayak is an excellent alternative!

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 website.

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