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Old 11-12-2009, 04:41 AM
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Default Walleye Fishing

One of my favorite fish to catch is walleyes and I wanted to share some tips that I learned over the years when it pertains to catching walleyes. A plaice I like to go is the Whitney Point Spillway in Whitney Point, NY.

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Are you using flies by any chance. The link seemed like it was just about bait.
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Default Re: Walleye Fishing

Does a fly have to be a fly or can it be a bait that you take the time and care into prducing it.Lets say a jig.I believe that beit made of feathers,Rubber or fuze its always beter when you make your self.squirel tail and glow paint for the sqhanna,West branch.
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For it to be fly fishing it has to be a fly. If you are using a jig you don't need the fly rod. I tie all of my flies. I don't have a problem catching walleye with them.
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