- Blog Post by: Larry Bollig
- July 5, 2009 - 1:37 PM
This is especially true in stocked lakes. These are usually waters with no or marginal spawning habitat. Those lakes are usually lacking rocks and gravel so most of the structure is weed beds. Walleyes will go where the food is and that means they spend a lot of time around and in the weeds.
Next week I'll discuss techniques for fishing in and around weeds.
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