Winter Walleye Fishing At Potholes Reservoir

Walleye fishing this winter at Potholes Reservoir, as usual, has been inconsistent – but has occasionally been very good.Fish have been primarily holding in the deeper areas – mainly the humps in the main lake from 35 to 55 feet deep.

A deepwater winter walleye from Potholes Reservoir.

A deepwater winter walleye from Potholes Reservoir.

Blades, airplane jigs and traditional jigs have been the best producers with a fair amount of fish also coming on monofilament spinners and slow death rigs mainly using smiley blades .

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
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