Pelican Lures Catalogue

Pelican Lures Catalogue

Fishing Spoons

Pelican Lure and Tackle manufactures some of the most unique Walleye fishing lures on the Market.


Walleye fishing in the United States is a great experience.  When fishing for Walleye you need to carefully pick your Walleye fishing tackle.  The term pickerel fishing is another name for Walleye in the north. Pelican Lures and Tackle manufacture an awesome assortment of fishing spoons for your Walleye fishing tackle box.  Our designs and colors give the angler dynamite fishing lures for Walleye. Pelican Lures and Tackle Walleye fishing spoons are the most durable spoons on the market.  (click to features and options)

Fishing Walleye in Canada or the US is a challenge for the best of anglers.  Selecting the right Walleye fishing tackle for fishing Walleye is extremely important.  Depending on the time of year and lake you are on, Pelican Lures & Tackle offers a wide variety of fishing lures for Walleye for any situation.

Walleye Fishing Tackle
The most common sizes for fishing Walleye are 2 7/8 “  and 2 ¼ “, although we know anglers who only use 3 ½ “ spoons for fishing Walleye.



Red Light Trout – Walleye fishing can be awesome when you use these Red Light Trout fishing spoons. Red Light Trout  
   
Scad – Waleye fishing with these scad digital picture fishing lures for Walleye work wonders.    
   

WAVE – These Walleye lures or Pickerel lures are the old standby.  They have a 3-dimensional design and are the most durable on the market. 

 

 

 Wave Red/White 
   

 Green Frog  – These Walleye fishing lures are designed from a digital photo of a frog.  Nature has such beautiful colors for fiseenhing lures for Walleye.

 

                                                                                           

Leopard Frog

Walleye Fishing Tip #1.

Walleye Fishing Tip #1.

 Basics:  Always remember that the Walleye has better eyesight than most other fish.  They will probably hunt more for their meal during darker or duller days than on bright sunlit days.  They will also hunt more in shaded areas than in bright areas.  They will generally go for brighter lures during darker times and duller lures during bright hours; they will generally go more for the duller lures in clear water and brighter lures in less clear water.
Walleye Fishing Tip #2

Walleye Fishing Tip #2

In the early spring, the Walleye are right close to shore or congregating around areas with sand like a sand bar or a Wild Rice bed with a sandy bottom. They will also be found in the weeds or around any rocks, which are close to an area with sand. The location of sand is very important because that’s where they spawn. They will also spawn in river current. At this time of year the Walleyes are very aggressive and will hit just about any lure.
Walleye Fishing Tip #3

Walleye Fishing Tip #3

If you want to fish with jigging spoons, use a 1/8 oz or ¼ oz spoon; I have found that white, yellow, or green colors have worked the best for me.  You can put a tiny piece of worm on the jigging spoon to increase strikes but in early Spring it’s usually unnecessary.
Walleye Fishing Tip #4

Walleye Fishing Tip #4

In the spring, the smaller males stay shallow and close to the spawning area. The bigger females tend to take off into deeper water during the day. If you are looking for numbers during the day, jig in the shallow water. If you want to pick up bigger Walleyes, try going a few feet deeper but still in the same area.
Walleye Fishing Tip #5

Walleye Fishing Tip #5

You can cast or troll with lures along the shore and catch Walleyes. In my experience the trolling spoons have worked great since the digitally designed spoons came on the market.   I now have thePelican yellow walleye spoon and the sardine spoon in my tackle bag.  These worked wonders for me in clear water or on bright sunny mornings and evenings.  During darker times or in less clear water my favorites were the pumpkin seed and the golden trout lures.  Make sure you use the trolling spoons for trolling.  They work much better for walleye since they are not as bright.
Walleye Fishing Tip #6

Walleye Fishing Tip #6

In the evening the big females start to come shallow whether it’s to return to their spawning beds or feed on minnows along the shore. Big Walleyes do get caught during the day but if you are looking for a 10-pound plus trophy, evening and night is your best chance. Troll really slow and really close to shore or along the weed lines with thePelican pumpkin or golden trout trolling spoon and have lots of line out. You may want to stop the boat and cast if you find a sand bar or sandy bottom that is within close proximity to the weeds that they hide in during the day.  When casting make sure you change to a casting spoon.  On bright clear evenings you could also expect success with a fire tiger spoon.

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