Fishing in Nebraska
Walleye Fishing Lakes In Nebraska
If you like to fish for walleye, Nebraska is a good place to live.
There are healthy populations of walleye in many of the major lakes
including Box Butte Reservoir, Branched Oak Lake, Calamus Reservoir,
Lake McConaughy, Lake Minatare, Lewis And Clark Lake, Maloney Reservoir,
Merritt Reservoir, Red Willow Reservoir, Sherman Reservoir, Sutherland
Reservoir and Swanson Reservoir.
The Nebraska state record walleye was taken out of Lake McConaughy.
Nebraska walleye spawn in spring and when they have the option will
choose to migrate from the lake up into feeder streams to spawn.
If this option is not available they seek out shallow bars or shoals
with clean bottom surfaces near deep water.
Fish for Nebraska walleye with live bait, crankbaits, spoons, small
spinner baits as well as plastic worms and grubs.
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and seasonal patterns of walleye here in the state of Nebraska. Look
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