Walleye Fishing Trip
This Walleye Fishing
Trip on the Columbia River should have turned out
a lot better than it did but there is a reason, keep
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31st my bass fishing pro buddy finally wanted to head
out and go on a walleye fishing trip to the Columbia
river. We headed
down to Walleye alley near Paterson Washington which
is about 2 miles above Boardman Oregon.
it was my first walleye fishing trip of the year, I
headed to my favorite 2 hot spots. Hot spot number 1
was worthless and hotspot number 2 was Glade Creek.
Those of you who know the area are probably thinking
I'm on drugs to be fishing Glade Creek but every single
time I fish there we land walleye. Well today
was no different but here is what puzzled me the most.
walleye I caught was the largest of the day but when
we finally landed it, I thought it was a Pike Minnow
(as my bass pro friend calls them) or something like
that. It had more silver on it than any walleye
I have ever caught. The only reason I changed my mind
was I saw it's mouth and the teeth. It was weird.
we kind of lost our patience after a while and tried
a bass hotspot he likes to fish. One trip through
the area resulted in zilch.
the techniques I wrote about last year we found where
the walleye were hiding. Check out the first point
in this article: 7
Unconventional River Walleye Fishing Tips
drift or run we found was on the Washington side just
above Paterson on the outside bend of the river. We
found a ton of boats and nuzzled our way into the lane.
About 3/4 of the way down the drift we landed
another walleye. In the next 3 drifts we landed
walleyes around 15-16 inches. After talking to
a few other walleye fisherman, yesterday was the day
to be there. I heard of three people who landed
walleye over 10 pounds and many of them saw a lot of
people catching their limits.
ended up with 5 walleye in about 70 minutes before we
ran out of worms and had to end our day. However,
if I had never used the unconventional walleye fishing
tips, we would have just drove past this hotspot. Just
remember if you see a bunch of boats fishing a drift,
they are there for a reason-WALLEYE.
you're interested in some other facts here you go:
caught Columbia River Walleye in 21 to 31 ft of
were moving a lot slower than most boats (electric
used bottom bouncers with 3 ft leaders
spinners worked better than smiley blades.
temp. was 58 degrees
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out to people and we'd love to have your pictures, because
I always forget my stupid camera.
a sidenote: last weekend my basspro buddy
and I caught 65 and 86 bass respectfully at Roosevelt
a week earlier. Tube baits, crankbaits did the
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