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Nunavut Walleye Fishing Guide

Walleye

Walleye is a popular game fish in Nunavut in both the summer and winter. Walleye and Northern Pike are only found in the south western-most corner of Nunavut, below the treeline in the lakes that border Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Walleye generally run up to 2.3 kg (9.5 lbs) and are easiest to fish in the spring when they are running in the rivers. Pike generally run between 2.3–6.8 kg (5-15 lbs), however pike weighing in at 30 to 40 lbs have been taken.

Strong fighters, walleyes stay deep and wage a determined battle. In most northern waters the walleye feeds most actively at sunrise and sunset and night fishing can be very productive. The larger, mature fish will come into shallow rock shoals and around islands to feed and many trophys have been taken still or drift fishing. Walleyes prefer clean hard bottoms and water temperature from 65 to 75 degrees. Casting, drifting, trolling and even downrigging can be effective techniques in fishing the walleye. Walleye will respond to a wide range of natural and artificial bait with live minnows and weighted jigs. Canadian Record: 22 lbs. 4 ounces.

Nunavut offers a selection of wilderness walleye fishing camps, lodges and resorts.

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