EyeGuy-I use fish that big for bait!! ;D No seriously, very nice fish-you seem to be about as possessed as I am with the smallies and spots. Whatever your doing, don't change a thing. If the walleye had a post office, your picture would be on the wall. : Ed
Yes, it is this year, and yes it is early...dayfishing...depper than you'd think, and in a mess of tangles...didn't know if I'd hooked a piglet, or a tree! (There's a BIG hint in that remark, if you know the lake!)
Humm, so the water is high this year and the walleye are up in the trees (flooded shoreline) chasing leaches. I just might have to go next weekend. No, tangled trees, oh, (the map is in the boat), but that big flat bay mid lake-north shore....
I watch the leaves on the trees to know when the good walleye bite is happening. When the leaves come out, so do the walleye.
hehehe! It WAS A little cold...but that particular day, we got a warm streak of almost 60 during the afternnon for awhile...notice how many shirts I have on! (At least three and there is a coat and fleece pants in the dry stow on the boat that werte both layered on me in the AM!
Caught the fishy during the overcast part of the late morning...though!
"EyeGuy strikes again!! Way to go. How many others did you catch?"..JohhnyO, we caught only 3 others over TWO WHOLE DAYS...LIke I said-it's still a bit early..the GOOD news is that all were 24" or better!
Slayer-Thanks for the kudos-I'll be watching for your pic posts, cause I am SURE you will find a way to shame me!
really nice fish eye guy one thing that puzels me though i was working just north of glendo last week and it rained and snowed pretty much all week. infact when i left thursday morning to come home there was a good 5inches on the ground.i also dont recall any leaves on the trees. ah well must just be me .nice fish really!