Ontario Walleye Fishing
As with other common fish like Muskie and Northern Pike, Walleye fishing in Ontario is truly spectacular. Lakes and rivers up here are filled with Walleye, some over 35 inches! The lakes in Canada tend to be cooler with far less parasites or diseases so the Walleye live longer and grow larger than their southern counterparts. If you find yourself netting one over 30 inches it's probably at least 20 years old!
Walleye can be tough to catch without the proper technique, but as they are not over-fished up here in Canada, it's not uncommon to catch 30-60 a day depending on how hard you fish. Live bait such as worms or minnows on a jig head tend to work the best, but even trolling with a Rapala can be successful during the right time of year. If you're after a trophy fish, sunrise and sunset are the best times to fish.