Re: Lake Erie Walleye from shore
My understanding is that in early spring the walleye are near shore in rocky areas. I am not sure what the bottom structure I would be fishing looks like, but these groins are long rock structures that go a few hundred feet out into the lake. I am thinking that if I were a fish, there would be lots of places to congregate and feed among those rocks. There are a lot of upsides to the fly rod idea, chief among them the lack of casting obstacles. I'll give it a try after stocking up on some walleye-worthy flies.