When the leaves start to change colors, so does a walleye’s attitudes. It’s at this time that fish can be seemingly less picky when you locate them. Locating them, however, can be easier said than done. As a walleye guide, I like to use the word tricky because the “right spot” one day could mean less than 5 feet of water, and hugging bottom in more than 40 feet the next.
Here are three places to look on your next trophy hunt.
It’s no secret that walleyes like rock piles, but many anglers seem to forget to check out these spots in the fall. On lakes that experience a turnover or deal with oxygen depletion, shallow rock...
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