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Ive tooken interest in fishing walleye lately, but cant get then to bite the same bait consistenly , ive only managed to catch 3. 1 on a worm and 2 on floating rapalas . Im fishing the south grand river and the next few weeks parry sound area . Help ?!

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you may want to pace yourself

 

many people lose interest in replying if a person has multiple threads going all at the same time

 

so most people do one question thread at a time

 

or just ask multiple questing all in one post rather then many thread..

but there is no rule about it so do what you want, it is just a suggestion

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Ive tooken interest in fishing walleye lately, but cant get then to bite the same bait consistenly , ive only managed to catch 3. 1 on a worm and 2 on floating rapalas . Im fishing the south grand river and the next few weeks parry sound area . Help ?!

 

It's tough to get a consistent walleye bite unless you have a honey hole. I like to search for them by casting 1/4oz jigs/grubs and hoping them off bottom or using a worm harness and spinning it near bottom. If they are there and feeding, chances are with those baits you'll get a few taps... from there you can hone in on them either using faster or slower tactics. Good luck, I'm sure others will have great suggestions.

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you may want to pace yourself

 

many people lose interest in replying if a person has multiple threads going all at the same time

 

so most people do one question thread at a time

 

or just ask multiple questing all in one post rather then many thread..

but there is no rule about it so do what you want, it is just a suggestion

 

 

okay new to this whole thing, thanks for the suggestion

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