Don’t believe everything you hear from DNR studies. They tag a handful of fish and think all the fish in the river do the same thing and they don’t. A lot of Walleye, or most of the Walleye do move around the pools and probably go through locks just like the boats do. When the water rises they may head into backwaters or places where the water is cleaner or less current. A lot of the fish do migrate to the dams in the Fall and that’s why the tail waters are so good. These fish don’t just sit around one spot like a Bass might, rather they are always on the move. The fish will be shallow when the water cools down into the 50’s and they may head for deep water when it reaches the 30’s.
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