At Phantom Jet Boats We Build Shallow Water Aluminum Boats of the Highest Quality for Both Work and Play. With so many knockoffs of our boat on the market all we can do to earn your business is continue to make ours better. I am thinking about purchasing a small 1-2 man boat to fish some smaller private waters and smaller lakes and I found this online.
Originally Posted By: Fast LaneIndependent testing has shown 60% of the time, it works every time.
In the daytime and in early spring, your will most likely catch smaller males, which stay at the spawning beds. A few years ago in very early spring (just after ice-out), we fished right along the shore.
If you are going to be a stubborn fisherman who never tries anything new or will not accept the fact that the fishing in Northern Ontario is different then down south, then all you'll catch is disappointment. In the middle of the afternoon try trolling 30 feet from shore in deeper water using down-deep Husky Jerks to try to pick up those big females that leave the shore in the daytime.
In the summer the walleyes go a little deeper, hang out at the mouth of rivers or lay off rocky points. In the summer, Walleyes tend to go after more natural colors like silver, brown, black and white. Hot Days - Some times the Walleyes get very lazy in the summer, especially if it's a hot sunny day. In the heat of the summer, some Walleyes, especially the big females, will go deep and stay down between 15 and 35 feet deep. Rivers - The Walleyes will swim up stream and hang around deep pools or back moving currents on either side of a rapids.

At night in the fall - Some of the really big females will come in close to shore at night, especially in the fall.
In the spring, put on a small Original Floating Rapala or Thunderstick and troll really slow right along the shoreline. If you are in a bigger boat you can use downriggers or use down-deep Husky Jerks or J-13 down deep jointed Rapalas and troll out in open water. When fishing in a river for Walleyes, the best thing to use is a float with a minnow or a worm. While we don’t build cheap boats, our boats are a great value, and resale remains high. In Northern Ontario Canadian Shield Lakes, the Walleyes that don't spawn in the river will find sandy areas along the shore to spawn.
If you are going after size instead of numbers, fish off the areas where Walleyes were spawning and fish deeper in the 10 to 15-foot depth.
In the afternoon, the big females will go deeper to protect themselves from the sun, Muskie and Pike. During the day, they will move out into open water and feed on suspended schools of lake shad and lake Herring. You can also cast Rapalas and Thundersticks and reel them in through the slower moving current and back-eddies. Many fishermen like to troll with the Rapala "Down Deep Husky Jerks" and the Rattling Fat Raps.
By the time fishing season opens, most Walleyes are finished spawning but they will hang around to protect their spawning beds. Walleyes that are not feeding will still hit bright colors because they are defending the spawning grounds and bright colors aggravate them.

With lakes that have a flat structure, the Walleyes will head into the thick weeds to get protection from the sun. Give it tiny little jigs (2 or 3 inches) once in a while just to shake off any mud or weeds. In the summer, the Walleyes tend to go a little deeper and stay off rocky points or rocky drop-offs because wave action on the rocks creates more oxygen. Dead weeds also produce a dirty methane-sulfate and when the methane bubbles are released and float to the surface, the molecule capture a hydrogen molecule and releases the sulfur, which is poison to fish in high concentrations but with trace amounts, it's annoying to them.
Also, bugs and other food floating on the surface tend to get more dense when drifting past a point so small minnows show up to feed and the Walleyes feed on the minnows.
If you are in a small boat and you can troll really slow, use a 3-way swivel and a 2-oz weight and back-troll through the schools of bait fish or troll 20 feet deep along the shore and follow the contours of the shoreline.
They may more to the outer edge of big weed beds where the prevailing winds are blowing fresh water into the weeds. We told them the Walleyes were right on shore yet they would not listen and fished out in the middle of the lake and continued to catch nothing. Just put a bunch of minnows on a cookie sheet and cover them with a generous amount of table salt. In the afternoon when the Walleyes slow down, put a piece of worm, Walleye gullet or salted minnow on your jig and use the slow bottom drag methed and you will start hitting Walleyes again.

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