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Need some advice on Walleye
Hey everyone. So i found this walleye lake not to far from my house and I was going to try and catch one this year. The only problem is I've never been walleye fishing before so anyone got any advice on what lures to use or anything that has worked for you. Thanks

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Re: [DSbass] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
Mister twisters

Mepps marabou

Storm Wild eye bait

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Re: [BlueGraySky] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
On bottom is main key that is where walleye spend 80 percent of their life... Slow and variety of retrive let the fish tell you whagt they like. keep records of what work, weather, speed, lure, location ect... good luck and happy hunting

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Re: [THESLAYER] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
thanks guys. One more question what size line should i use for walleye?

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Re: [DSbass] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
I love 20lb or 30lb spider wire with 45lb leaders...

1 I hate losing lures so I put trebles on that will bend prior to my line snapping so I can get my lure off a snag.

2. I would be pissed if I lost a monster fish because I put light line on.

Go with braided and use a double polymor knot

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Re: [DSbass] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
i use 6 or 8 pound agna thin green.
fishing for a deal on a new car or truck I can hook you up. fishing is life everything else is just details.

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Re: [CROSSINEYES] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
thanks crossineyes someone told me that 6 would be fine for them but I wasn't sure so I thought I would ask.

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Re: [DSbass] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
NO SWEAT. Wink
fishing for a deal on a new car or truck I can hook you up. fishing is life everything else is just details.

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Re: [DSbass] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
Tried and true jig and a minnow/worm/leech depending on what is natural to the water.
Another thing to keep in mind is water clarity. If the water is clear use a black, white, or gray jig or any combo of the three. Dark, tea-stained water try your brighter colors. Jig about 1-2 feet off of the bottom and you should have an awesome supper!

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Re: [DSbass] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
i fish western lake erie and i use stren 10 lb. green line for wallwye

bottom bouncing walleye rigs with chartruse blades

trolling or drifting works good

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Re: [mousetrap55] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
i like the jig/minnow/leech combo for 10 foot dropoffs in the summer, and trolling craw;er harnesses and plugs any otgher time.the mister twister ribbon tail grubs work nice too.

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Re: [buiboater] Need some advice on Walleye In reply to
Hey everyone. So i found this walleye lake not to far from my house and I was going to try and catch one this year. The only problem is I've never been walleye fishing before so anyone got any advice on what lures to use or anything that has worked for you.


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