Walleye are one of the number one gamefish in the northern parts of North America. Wherever they are found they have a large following of anglers who are obsessed with fishing for them. These schooling predators can be taken on a variety of fishing methods. With a mouthful of rear-facing, hooked teeth, they are a menace to any baitfish in the lake. Known for having highly sensitive vision, they have the upper hand on their prey in low-light situations, especially dawn and dusk. While other fish’s eyes take time to adjust, walleye capitalize on this and become most active.