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Lake Nipissing walleye action.

Posted on June 19th, 2014
What's a walleye doing hitting a spinnerbait in less than 10' of water in Lake Nipissing? Feeding!
What’s a walleye doing hitting a spinnerbait in less than 10′ of water in Lake Nipissing? Feeding!

Our good friend Dave Kubassek who fishes Lake Nipping’s West Arm regularly recently was just casting a spinnerbait close to shore targeting pike when he was surprised to catch these two good size walleye in less than 10′ of water.  Normally by the end of June walleye are already on the shoals, reefs and deeper-water structure breaks.

One walleye on a spinnerbait caught in less than 10' of water in the middle of the day may be a coincidence.  Two walleye caught one after another is considered a "pattern"!
One walleye on a spinnerbait caught in less than 10′ of water in the middle of the day may be a coincidence. Two walleye caught one after another is considered a “pattern”!

This just goes to show you how the late spring and colder water temperatures has affected our fishing in many areas.

[nggallery id=943]If you are planning a walleye trip up to Lake Nipissing, ON and especially the West Arm of Lake Nipissing you may want to take some Rapala Dives To Thug and Rapala Dives To 7 Flat or the new Rapala Scatter Rap series and fish them as if you were bass fishing on shorelines breaks….you may get some pleasant walleye surprise!!

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