Walleye pre-fish successful for our TV show on Detroit River, Amherstburg, ON.

Posted on June 4th, 2012

[nggallery id=724]We decided to pre-fish the main channel in the Detroit River, out of Amhersburg, ON on Fri., and had to deal with steady rain all morning.  We fished three channel-areas in the middle of the river and finally located a large school of walleye right on the drop-off of the shipping channel.  We decied to use 1 1/2 oz. bottom-walking sinkers with Lucky Strike Bait Works Worm Harnesses and fished the 24-30′ break which was only about 10 yds. wide.  Every time we made a controlled drift down the break we hooked-up one or more walleye that averaged 2-5 lb.

Barb & I used the Rapala Walleye Team & Walleye Tournament spinning and baitcasting rods matched with Rapala Volt & Skeeker reels and loaded with the new Sufix 832 “ghost” & “yellow” braided line.

The fishing was so good that we limited-out in less than 2 hrs.

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