What’s the best way to catch walleye ice fishing?
Four main types of lures work well when ice fishing for walleyes: jigs, spoons, jigging rapalas, and lipless crankbaits. Jigs: tip these with a minnow right behind the dorsal fin to keep them active and to draw the fish in.
What depth should I ice fish for walleye?
10 to 16 feet
What colors do walleye see best?
Walleyes also possess color vision, based on analysis of the structure of the light-sensitive cones. Scientists tell us walleyes should see red, orange, and yellow the best, followed by green. Theory also suggests walleyes see blue and violet less well, and these colors may even appear black.
What is the best walleye lure for ice fishing?
9 Best Ice Fishing Lures for Walleye of All Time
- Rapala Jigging Rap.
- Rapala Snap Rap.
- Sebile Vibrato.
- Bay de Noc Swedish Pimple.
- Northland Buckshot Rattle Spoon.
- Acme Sidewinder Spoon.
- Northland Whistler Jig.
- Bait Rigs Oddball Jig.
What depth should I ice fish?
“The best thing to do,” he said, “is find the depth where the fish are. Then, drop your bait or lure right in front of the fish so it’s easy for them to bite it.” Either right on the bottom of the water you’re fishing, or no more than six inches above the bottom. Close to the bottom.
What lures do walleye like?
The best walleye lures to have in your tackle box are:
- Cotton Cordell Wally Diver
- Rapala Shad Rap.
- Salmo Hornet.
- Lindy Fizz-E Grub.
- Storm Hot’n’Tot Mad Flash.
- Rapala Husky Jerk.
- Rapala Jigging Rap.
- Strike King Red Eye Shad
How deep are walleye in the winter?
20 to 50 feet
What is the best rig for walleye fishing?
Fishing with live bait for walleye offers the angler versatility of presentations and can be fished on a slip sinker or a slip bobber rig, pulled behind a spinner, tipped on a jig, or simply fished with a plain hook and split shot. There are three types of live bait used for walleye: Minnows-Leeches and Night Crawlers.
What time of day is best for walleye fishing?
The best time of day is at dawn and dusk in shallow waters. Other months of the year are going to be good for catching walleye as well, but you do need to contact some local bait shops for some local reports on how the walleye are biting. Some areas are better at different times.