Walleye in the summer. When is the best time to catch
With the onset of summer walleye change their habits. Unlike Zhora autumn and spring pre-spawning period, the predator is active at night or briefly during the day.
Basic summer hunting for walleye is night, so experienced anglers try to catch the predator in the dark. And the most promising intervals for this are the sunset and before midnight. Then the activity of walleye quenched, and in two hours the night it may again be resumed. The next active period begins before dawn and ends gradually with the sunrise.
Daytime fishing for walleye also may be promising, if the day is not hot and is grey, windy weather. In such circumstances the water is mixed, whereby the feed rises from the bottom. This attracts the fry, who flock there to eat, and a predator follows them. Experienced anglers try to sh in these areas and often not in vain. On warm days too catch a predator, but promising to do it from sunrise until approximately ten hours. After – break. Then, after lunch, there may be bursts of activity, and at the end of daylight bite can occur closer to late evening.
Here are the basic terms and the time when you can catch walleye in the summer, and that’s when his catch at other times of the year, this will cover in other articles. Good luck in catching walleye!