Can anyone point me in the right direction to catch some walleye from the bank? What kinds of lures and technique is used?
chris61182 said:Best luck from the bank might be at night when they do go shallow.
trollin4trout said:Multnomah Channel is full of walleye and it is 10-20ft in most places. We anchored once straight across from the Gilbert River ramp in about 15ft of water. Fishing a whole nightcrawler on the bottom we hooked and lost two walleye in 20 minutes. No reason you couldn't catch one off the bank there.
Trolling worm harnesses or plugs will catch them also.
joro79 said:Hi, there is plenty of bank fishing options on the Multnomah channel. I fished there last summer but I was very disappointed, I didint catch anything. There are many lakes on Souvie Island, the one that I really like is Hadelman Pond, it is stocked with trout , besides that I am not sure what kind of fish there is.
What kind of technique are you going to use to catch those Walleyes
Fishtopher said:Walleye are everywhere in the Willy and the Big C. Get to yer spot in time to fish your allotted 1 hour before sunrise, or 1 hour after sunset.