AnglingBuzz: Timing is Often Key to Summer Fishing Success, Northland Outdoors
In natural lakes, it’s perhaps even more common for independent groups of fish to live at different depth levels, relating to the available structure and cover options. You have weed walleyes. Rock walleyes. Walleyes along drop-offs.

“I been in the right place…but it must have been the wrong time.”—Dr. John

Dr. John must have spent a fair amount of time in the boat, because his lyrics apply remarkably well to summer walleye fishing.

In summer, being “there” when the bite occurs is huge.

But so is timing.

It’s not simply a case of, “You should have been here yesterday.”

It’s more like, “You should have been here a few hours ago.”

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