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Summertime Walkeye Patterns

I'm new to walleye fishing, I mainly fish woodcock lake and pymuntuning around Meadville. What techniques do you use for spring, summer and fall?
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Re: Summertime Walkeye Patterns

Technique for fishing Pymatuning.... follow the 'Amish' They have been up camping at Linesville since mid April and taking several limits daily. Huge chest freezer full of fish at campsite.

Trolling worm harnesses and throwing lures over weeds. Jigs tipped with worms or minnows around structure.
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Re: Summertime Walkeye Patterns

Drifting crawlers, Trolling Hot-n-Tots, Wallydivers and Wiggle Warts. We usually hit Tuttles Point, along the Causeway and the stumps between Harris and Clark Islands.

Wadman has a point it seems the Amish know where the fish are on the lake and they keep everything they catch. If there drifting then follow there drift and if there trolling ,do the same...


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Re: Summertime Walkeye Patterns

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They have been up camping at Linesville since mid April and taking several limits daily. Huge chest freezer full of fish at campsite.
Has this been reported to the local PFBC officer ???

Seems like a pretty easy bust if that's what's going on..........

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Reported.... Noted..... Talked to... Almost appears as if Commonwealth is truly afraid to fight them.
15+ people on one campsite. 3-4 tents and campers. Several boat trailers. UGLY site.
ONLY 5 people per site; state rule.
Must move after 14 nights. Not followed.
NUMEROUS complaints to PFBC and DCNR by locals, fellow campers, even camp host.
Not bad people at all! Very kind and respectful to anyone up there. Just appears our laws don't apply to them.
Up for 2 weeks this summer and watched the same boats and same guys taking numerous limits of ANYTHING they boat.
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Re: Summertime Walkeye Patterns

What the heck does a guy do with that ????

Anyone try the state senator ??? Maybe he (actually SHE....... Michele Brooks, District 50) can get an agency to make a move ??

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Re: Summertime Walkeye Patterns

A friend was at Pyma over last week end, caught 8 Eye`s 16 to 22" slow trolling a crawler harness with a silver spinner and a few beads with 2 split shots up the line about 3 feet....


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