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Detroit WALLEYE Fishing Report / Jay Siemen's CATCH and COOK ( Double Dip Walleye)


Detroit Walleye Fishing Report for March and April of 2021 is in this video. In this report my old fishing buddy who now local to the Detroit River takes me out for Detroit Walleye Fishing. He shows me some secrets to Detroit River Spring Walleye Fishing. Hopefully you'll learn as you watch through my report of Detroit Walleye Fishing 2021. In March, April and May this region has to be one of the best places on Earth if you want to catch a ton of them. Millions of our marbled eyed friends migrate from Erie and St. Clair to spawn in this productive River. There's also a bonus cameo appearance by the one and only Jay Siemens. We use Jay Siemens Catch and Cook mix for our meal at the end. He teaches us the proper way to double dip and cook our catch with his signature batter. Also please, take in mind this was before Covid lockdown so check the regulations to see if fishing is closed or what the rules are at the given time. USE THE CODE "PERCHPOWDER" and get 10% OFF! USE THE LINK BELOW! Get “Jimmy’s Perch Powder” aka Catch and Cook Fish Batter here 👉 https://www.catchandcook.net/?

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Detroit River, where the walleye season is open year-round!


How do you fish the Detroit River for walleye?

  1. Target from shore - with crankbaits or minnow rigs.

  2. Target from boat - with jigging minnows or jigs with a variety of straight shaped soft plastics while drifting downriver.

What is the limit for walleye on the Detroit River?

(5 or 6 per person) The walleye limit on the Detroit River is 6 per person on the Canadian side and 5 per person on the American side depending on where we choose to fish that day.


Is it safe to eat walleye from the Detroit River?


It says 4 meals per month of walleye is safe to eat from this area. You always have the option to not eat them if it makes you uncomfortable though. Remember, many (or most) of these fish do not reside in the river all year and are only there for the spawning period in the spring before they return to the lake.