Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Walleye Scouting on the Kawarthas

Went out yesterday with my buddy Tai Dang to scout some of my favorite walleye locations on the Kawartha lakes for the first time in 2011. Despite the cloudy, windy conditions we we`re able to position my boat in approx. 8-12 feet of water and make shore underhand pitches with small 1/8th -1/4 oz jigs and curly tailed grubs to scattered weedclumps. The hot depth for the day was in the 10 foot range as many male walleye ate the bait as it was falling or off bottom. The bite was not fast and furious, but consistant enough to make for a pleasant day on the water.

Time to regroup and head out again with the camera crew and "get serious" about some action packed walleye episodes for season ten of Extreme Angler TV.

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