Any avid fisherman will tell you nothing beats savoring your mornings catch of Saskatchewan Walleye, cooked over an open fire for a shore lunch.
Ubiquity Lake offers a healthy population of Walleye. Depending on the time of the year, these crafty feeders may provide a challenge for the novice angler.
Late June brings these bronze colored fish in to shallower water and the fun begins.
While we have caught some very respectable fish in the 8 -10 lb range most Walleye caught are 2 - 4lbs.
Most common lures used are 1/8 - 1/4 oz jigs with white, yellow or chartreuse tails, tipped with a leach, frozen minnow or night crawler. When the feed is on, Rapalas, spinners and even spoons will work great.