2 Year Member
Yes, I do, but the only boat I've ever had was the little 14' aluminum boat that my dad had when I was in high school and college. I got used to wading and/or fishing from shore, which sharply curtails the walleye season. Also, fwiw, I just didn't like the methods for fishing for them for most of my life. I've come around now, but it's still not as simple and as exciting as wading a trout stream or fishing for bass with a topwater. If I want to catch walleye, my brother is always ready to go. I actually don't like going except for those times late in summer when it's tougher fishing when you have to work harder to find them and pattern them. I like the challenge. I didn't even go out for walleyes last year, and I've only been out a handful of times in the past few years, all together.Don’t you live in SD? The state where walleye thrive
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My favorite place to catch walleyes is between Fort Randall Dam and the Standing Bear Bridge, and the truth is they're a bycatch there as I'd usually be fishing for bass or crappie.