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Walleye/Pike techniques

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is their any specific techniques that anybody likes to use for walleyes or Pike?! im just looking to broaden my horizon on presentations and what not!

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i like to check their bellies when i catch them, see what they are eating and try to put myself in areas where i think that type of bait fish is hanging out. like if they are eating small bluegills, a guy has to think they are not finding that type of baitfish in 25 feet with no structure. look to weed edges and areas like that. i think most of it is just being in the right place at the right time and giving them what they are looking for.

the lake i fish up north is a weed walleye lake and they will continue to use those deep weedlines in the winter as well because that's where the food is.

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thanks for the info! yea the past couple years i have been right off a weed line in about 18 ft of water but its off and on... i have also tried rocks too and thats produced some fish for me!

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