Posts Tagged ‘walleye fishing’

Scott McGuigan holding Lake St. Clair walleye
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Lake St. Clair: a fishery on fire

Change a few lyrics around and Alicia Keys’ anthem hit, “Girl on Fire” could easily be an ode to the great fishing happening on Lake St. Clair.

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Trolling for Stanley

Veteran NHL forward Matt Duchene of Haliburton is passing down the angling legacy he inherited to his own son.

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Falling for walleye: How to catch our favourite sport fish

Autumn is one of the very best times of the year to catch walleye. The fish are plump from a summer of fattening up ,and, on most lakes, the angling traffic is all but gone.

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Paddling for remote walleye

Like many angling-obsessed youths, I would fish whenever and however I could. Canoes and sit-in kayaks were some of the first ways I got off the bank.

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High water levels driving Erie walleye numbers?

Lake Erie’s walleye population is riding high, causing some to wonder if water levels have something to do with the surge

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Pitching short casts for big walleye

Being able to accurately pitch a bait is a good skill to have as a walleye angler. Short, gentle casts are great for catching walleye.

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Walleye-catching tips from underwater cameras

One of the best ways to learn about walleye is viewing them with an underwater camera. It has taught me what sonar can’t.

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Fall walleye: Don’t put away those rods yet!

The changing colours of leaves, cool nights, and the smell of autumn in the air signal that one of the best walleye bites of the year is underway. Yet, many outdoors enthusiasts have packed away their rods and exchanged them for guns or bows. Why switch entirely? Com­bining hunting with fall walleye fishing makes for great surf-and-turf trips.

some breaded and friend walleye cheeks in a welcoming drizzle of buffalo sauce
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Fried walleye wings with buffalo sauce

These tender walleye wings lightly fried and then slathered in spicy buffalo sauce is a tasty twist on an old classic — no dipping sauce necessary.