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St. Lawerence softwater walleye opener?

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St. Lawerence softwater walleye opener?

Postby baitfish » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:18 pm

Looking to get out on the Larry for walleye in May...hoping to try my luck at the walleye fishery.. .

ANYONE have some tips....early may...I have never been on the Larry... size of jig heads, weights needed to bottom bounce, techniques and minnow??? Any outfitters out that way? Where can I get minnows out that way....

Will hopefully in Cornwall below the dam...

Any tips will help.....
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Re: St. Lawerence softwater walleye opener?

Postby riverdog » Mon Jan 29, 2018 8:44 pm

There's a few spots that sell Minnows Extreme Angling in Cardinal & Carpins in Ingleside. My experience is Carpins has a better selection of muds & shiners where EA just has shiners. I'm stocked with 3/8oz to 3/4oz jig heads usually 1/2oz is my preference. I really like Gulp products leeches 5" & twister grubs for the Larry Walleye but I'm a strictly a jigger. A wide range of colours will work. Fish the current edges 20-27' seems to hold them.
Good luck.
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