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Old 10-21-2018, 12:18 PM
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I've gotten some good ones the last 4 or 5 nites. I'll post them eventually. They've really started to fatten up with the sudden temp drops
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Good for you, that's why we fish the crazy hours!
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Bob that's an insane hour and half stretch of fishing! Jigman that's what I thought might have been happening. Fish were smaller in size and they were all males based on what I've read about distinguishing a male from a female walleye. Very cool either way seeing a set of lit up eyes following your hooked fish but not really seeing the fish itself. Females were probably deeper or not in the area I was fishing.
I mentioned it because of the "aggressive males" aspect of the original post.. It was a long time ago on the susquehanna. -never saw it before or since, and all the fish were males and all the same size within an inch, and it didn't matter what you threw, size color, nothing, it was either a fish, a swing and a miss, or one lost on the way up, PLUS it was broad daylight, and i never catch walleyes in broad daylight.. I would love to see walleyes assume that type of aggressive posture regularly, but I suppose if they did, before long there simply wouldn't be any walleyes... I never really thought of walleyes as a "schooling" fish but I suppose they do school up at least at times..

I bet the Delaware has several areas that a few guys know about, where walleyes school up, or at least congregate in numbers.. We'll never know for obvious reasons. I miss fishing the Delaware, I like it a LOT better than the NY section of the susquehanna which is a muddy silty mess for much of the river... bob
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I mentioned it because of the "aggressive males" aspect of the original post.. It was a long time ago on the susquehanna. -never saw it before or since, and all the fish were males and all the same size within an inch, and it didn't matter what you threw, size color, nothing, it was either a fish, a swing and a miss, or one lost on the way up, PLUS it was broad daylight, and i never catch walleyes in broad daylight.. I would love to see walleyes assume that type of aggressive posture regularly, but I suppose if they did, before long there simply wouldn't be any walleyes... I never really thought of walleyes as a "schooling" fish but I suppose they do school up at least at times..

I bet the Delaware has several areas that a few guys know about, where walleyes school up, or at least congregate in numbers.. We'll never know for obvious reasons. I miss fishing the Delaware, I like it a LOT better than the NY section of the susquehanna which is a muddy silty mess for much of the river... bob
The “D” definitely has those holes Bob! If you play your cards tight you can catch them all day long from now til the end of January. 32 Walleye in one trip was my best day on the river in recent history. That’s a mix of keepers to 28.5 inches and shorts!!!!
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