Tag: Walleye Fishing

The Best Species to Fish in the Fall

Fishing Trips in Saskatchewan

A lot of people make the mistake of packing away their fishing gear when the end of summer hits, thinking their next best chance to fish won’t be until the spring. What they don’t know though, is that the fall months offer some of the best opportunities for successful fishing—if you know what to look… Read more »

3 Delicious Ways to Prepare Your Walleye

Walleye Fishing in Saskatchewan

One of the greatest rewards of a successful fishing trip is trying out some tasty new recipes with your haul! There are a ton of different species of fish that can be transformed into creative mouthwatering meals—catfish, trout, swordfish, salmon, and many more. Here at Lawrence Bay Lodge, one of our favorite fish to fry… Read more »

Walleye Ice Fishing Tips

Since it’s still chilly and many lakes are frozen, you might be thinking about fishing for some walleye! Whether you’re an experienced ice fisherman or a newbie, it helps to know a few handy tips for reeling in those walleye this season. Timing is everything Low light hours, i.e. sunrise and sunset, are prime time… Read more »

How to Lure a Walleye

With the fishing season approaching very quickly, here are some tips on how to catch Walleye. Though Walleyes are native to the freshwaters of Canada, they have now made a home in almost every state of the United States. Walleye are some of the most popular game fish. They can be elusive at times. They… Read more »

Fishing For Walleye during the Winter Months

As you may well know, the best time to catch walleyes is during semi or total darkness, as walleyes are “low light condition feeders.” Walleyes are adapted to capture their prey in very low light, when their prey has limited vision. The most fervent walleye anglers are never looking to catch during the daylight, sticking… Read more »