The reason why it's called the walleye is because its eyes reflect light. Beneath its eye surface lies a layer that gathers light. This makes the fish capable of seeing even in areas with little light, which explains why walleye also stay in deeper waters. This type of behavior is noted by many anglers, who usually fish for the walleye at dusk or at night, when feeding occurs.
Table of Contents:
What the Heck Are Walleye?
Why Fish For Walleye?
Fishing For Walleye
What Gear Will You Need?
Selecting Your Reel.
Will You Need a Boat to Walleye Fish?
Your Dream Fishing Boat
Is Spring the Best Time to Fish for Walleye?
When Walleye Start to Spawn
The Best Time To Fish For Walleye – Is It Summer?
Tips On Catching Walleye During The Summer
Is Autumn the Best Time to Fish For Walleye
Where to Find the Walleye Action?
Techniques to Catch Walleye during the Fall
The Best Time to Fish for Walleye – Do You Prefer Ice Fishing
Factors That Affect Movements of Walleye
How to Find Them?
Know Where They Will Likely Spawn
Lake Fishing Versus River
Fishing Tips for Lake Walleye
All about Bait
Types of Live Bait Used for Catching Walleye
Types of Artificial Bait for Catching Walleye
What About Rigging and Jigging?
Should You Hire a Guide?
Ever Try a Fly-in?
Preserving Your Prize Winning Walleye