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I truly miss catching walleyes from the plentiful natural lakes of Wisconsin. I fished them often and knew where & when to go to be the most successful. I understood natural lakes but these southern reservoir's are much different. I just cannot seem to locate and catch walleyes in them even though I assume they are there. Very few NC anglers go after walleyes so they get very little pressure.
What is the trick(s) to catching these very tasty fish in these high mountain lakes?:confused:
 

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I truly miss catching walleyes from the plentiful natural lakes of Wisconsin. I fished them often and knew where & when to go to be the most successful. I understood natural lakes but these southern reservoir's are much different. I just cannot seem to locate and catch walleyes in them even though I assume they are there. Very few NC anglers go after walleyes so they get very little pressure.
What is the trick(s) to catching these very tasty fish in these high mountain lakes?:confused:
Hardest thing in this area is locating them. Techniques are the same. Where are you fishing? Time of year means alot.
 

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I'm miss them also. I used to live in UP Michigan and lower MI. Yum yum nothing beats that wallyeye on the old iron skillet during a shore lunch. steelehead are also running oh how I miss those day's. Let us know if you find them.
 
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