Walleye don’t often go deeper than 60 feet. They are most often found in water between 20 feet deep and 60 feet deep.

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November 12, 2011 | Categories: Fishing Tips,Fun Stuff

You’ve probably heard that it’s safe to walk on 3 inches of ice, but is that ever really safe? Schools of carp can gather under the ice and wear it away, occasionally even opening a hole. And groundwater might well up from the depths and melt the ice. So think twice before going out on the ice too early in the ice fishing season.