Are you interested in walleye fishing in Alberta? Check out this list of 5 of some of the greatest lakes in Alberta for walleye.
“Walleye chops”, rocky floors, and weed beds are areas that walleye are often found. When using live bait, walleye prefer minnows, nightcrawlers, and leeches.
Many anglers successfully catch 10-20 walleye a day on Pigeon Lake. Cast in weed beds or over rocky patches for best results.
Use a bucktail jig to catch walleye in weed beds. In the summer, walleye will stay in thick weed beds, so use a rigged soft plastic to attract these fish during the warmer months.
Burnstick Lake is one of the best spots in Alberta to catch walleye.
You will need a boat for Burnstick Lake because shore access is very limited at this lake.
Lac La Biche
Lac La Biche is one of Alberta’s largest lakes and an excellent spot to fish for ‘eyes.
This popular summer destination offers sandy beaches and great fishing.
Anglers successfully catch walleye when casting off docks into this shallow lake.
This is a popular spot for ice fishing. And many anglers successfully catch walleye on the western part of the lake.
These Alberta lakes offer some enjoyable fishing. If you’re going to be fishing in Alberta, have a great time in the beautiful province!
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