Hi Italo a buddy and I are going to quite next week is the trident point and north port shoal a good all day are a to fish for walleye with jig ,twister and worm combo thanks tight lines.

Posted on May 10th, 2015


That entire area can be productive after opening, especially trolling in the main-bay basin around both areas.  I have not heard from anyone on the conditions this spring. Remember we had a cold, long winter and I have not heard yet how that has affected the walleye. It may be that the larger fish have already moved to the lower end of the Bay (Hayward Longreach, and below), and headed out to the St. Lawrence, while many male walleye are still close to their spawning grounds. I have a feeling that some of the more consistent fishing may happen there this spring at night casting Rapala Husky Jerk or Jointed Rapala #11 in the fast water areas starting just after dark (lower Trent River, mouth of the Moira River, lower Salmon River, & lower Napanee River). If I fish at opening, I normally target walleye just south of Forester Island (south of Deseronto, ON), where the first main channel marker is in depths of 20-30′ fishing a bottom-walking sinker/worm harness for eating-size walleye.  Hope you have a good fish….God bless you, Italo

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