Hi Italo, in all my years of bass a d pike fishing, i have never caught a walleye, and have tried multiple times. I live in Scarborough. I see it is open now for the rest of the year in southern ontario. Can you recommend a few spots that i would have the best luck within reasonable drive of Scarborough, maybe a few different distances, ?, also when in the year should i go?, lures and time of day? Don’t care about size just struggling to get one under the belt. I fish from a pelican catch 120 kayak. Thanks!Posted on May 16th, 2019
Hi Ryan, right now is a good time to fish walleye as they move to fast-water areas especially at dusk. A really good spot is the Salmon River, Shannonville, ON below the small dam and out from the boat launch. It is narrow, slow flowing and ideal for kayaking. The fish are not there during the day, they move it there as it gets dark. All you have to do is either troll up and down the section of Salmon River within 1/2 km of the boat launch in your kayak, or anchor and cast. Best lures are the Jointed Rapala or Husky Jerk in the #11 size….God bless you.