DETROIT RIVER WORKSHOP
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PRE-SPAWN MIGRATIONS SEMINAR (Lance Valentine)
Walleye entering the Detroit River from Lake Erie or Lake St. Clair follow defined migrations route during pre-spawn. Knowing where and more importantly, when, each route is used is key to early season success.
Pre-Spawn Migration Notes
CHANGES IN ERIE THAT AFFECT MIGRATION SEMINAR (Ali Shakoor)
In the past decade or so much has changed in the Detroit River and Lake Erie, changes that do affect how, when, and where walleye migrate. Ali looks at how decreased ice and snow cover, lack of warm water discharges, algae and other factors have changed the pre-spawn migration.
Changes in Erie Notes
PRE-SPAWN MOVEMENTS IN THE RIVER SEMINAR (Lance Valentine)
Once walleye enter the river; they will follow distinct paths and structures as they move upriver looking for spawning habitat and food. Knowing these routes will help you cash in on big pre-spawn females.
Pre-Spawn Movements Notes
SPAWN LOCATIONS SEMINAR (Lance Valentine)
Lance discusses the 3 main factors that make up a great spawning area and how to spot them. Plus, he shows us some of his favorite river spots to catch BIG fish.
Spawn Locations Notes
POST SPAWN MOVEMENTS SEMINAR (Lance Valentine)
After spawning walleye are ready to put the feedbag on and some of the best fishing of the year starts! Knowing how and where walleye move at this time can put more fish in your livewell.
Post-Spawn Movements Notes
DISPERSAL FROM DETROIT RIVER INTO LAKE ERIE SEMINAR (Ali Shakoor)
As walleye head back to Lake Erie, conditions will dictate how long they stay in the river, how far and fast they move into Lake Erie and where they stop to feed. Ali covers the Post-spawn dispersal with a mix of science and fishing knowledge to put you on more fish.
Post-Spawn Dispersal Notes
FAVORITE SPOTS SEMINAR (Lance Valentine)
A quick trip through the south and middle sections of the River. Lance stops at his favorite spots, shows them on a chart, and explains why you need to be fishing them!
Favorite Spots Notes