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How to Fly Fish for Walleye at Night

April 13, 2020 By: Spencer Durrant

The first walleye I ever caught came from the Missouri River, near Helena, Montana. I was with two buddies and we were trying to catch some of the 25-inch and bigger brown trout known to frequent the Missouri. My buddies both caught great browns that evening.

All I got was a walleye. But I got it on a fly, and kept it for good measure. Eating it helped lessen the sting of not catching a big trout.

So, when I saw this piece in Field & Stream, I knew I had to share it. Andrew Pegman gives readers tons of great tips on how to catch walleye at night – on the fly.

You can read the article in its entirety here.