Not Too Shallow for Early Season Walleyes*

It’s been a crazy spring with a late ice out and no real warm up which means things are a bit behind which is a real contrast to what we experienced last year. It also means that early spring walleye patterns should hold up a lot longer and that can be a good thing if you know how to cash in on it. One of the hottest late spring patterns includes shallow water and lots of jigs.

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North-Country Walleye Opener 2011


This North-Country spring walleye fell for a Fire-Ball Jig and fathead minnow combination. Photo Courtesy of Travis Peterson Minnesota offers many options for opening weekend and spring walleyes in general. With so many lakes and rivers to choose from, picking a “hot” lake can be frustrating.

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