Walleye Willies Guide Service

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Reply Wally Kimball
12:00 PM on October 7, 2013 

Interested in booking a trip for four to fish for walleye. Have never fished for walleye, so would like to book a time that is considered to be the peak of the season--trying to get the best bang for the buck so to speak. So, would like your best estimate on a window of time that would be good to go fish with you. I understand you are out of Boardman area?


Wally Kimball

New Plymouth, Idaho


Reply Bobbi & Matt Warren
3:28 PM on June 3, 2013 

Awesome trip man! Thank you so much for a great fishing experience!  Will most definetly be seein you again!

Reply Bruce A. from Minnesota
11:44 PM on May 27, 2013 

Thank you for a great day of walleye fishing Willie!

I really appreaciate that you spent a little extra time to help my future brother-in-law make his first ever fishing trip a big success. 

It's been fun listening to him re-tell "fishing stories", and that he "almost" caught more walleyes than I did that day...

Thanks again!   

Reply Roger Mineard
8:58 PM on May 26, 2013 

Had a great trip Mother's Day 2013 with Willie! My friends Chris and Dusty and I brought home 21 nice walleye while releasing several more and a few other species. I highly recommend Willie for a fishing trip no matter what species you pursue. You won't find a nicer or more knowledgable captain anywhere.


Roger Mineard, Yakima Wa

Reply Tim O.
1:44 AM on April 15, 2013 

[Bob Welch]

Now I'm not willie, but I trolled with plugs for walleye for about 10 years now. For speed sometimes they like it slower sometimes they like it faster. It also depended on how choppy the water got, if it was glass seemed like they prefered it faster. A little choppy but no whitecaps they liked it slower. I've trolled as slow as 0.8 mph (as far as i can remember), I've trolled at greater than 2.5 mph. Sometimes how much line you have out matters too. We have level wind line counter reels and will put the plugs out usually around 100-125-150 feet. And then as always you got to figure out what tackle they like on that day.

Reply Bob Welch
2:20 PM on August 20, 2012 

Obviously your fame is well known in Oregon. Friends of mine, here in Bend, have booked trips with you. Could I please ask you a couple questions? I am taking a couple neighborhood kids fishing in the Dalles pool next week. My question is about Walleyes. When I troll for walleyes is it a downstream only presentation or can I go both ways? Secondly I was trolling at about 2.5 mph before and I have now added a trolling plate to go slower. What speed do you like to troll?

Thank you for sharing your passion!

Reply william ross
1:35 AM on August 13, 2012 

Fishing with Willie was one of the best vacations we have had. Not only did we catch our limit daily, Willie was an awesome guide!

I had a fear of going on the River, but it didn't take long with Willie at the helm that my fears subsided. The boat was the perfect size and we are now owners of a Lund ourselves, but we still look forward to going back to Oregon and fishing with WalleyeWillie. Maybe next year! Thanks again for a wonderful time on the River! An experience I will never forget.

Reply william ross
1:32 AM on August 13, 2012 

Thanks again Willie for an awesome fishing experience! We came home and now own a Lund. Can\'t wait to come back to Oregon

Reply Michael
8:05 PM on July 22, 2012 

Walleye fishing-nothing better......Fished walleye in North Dakota,fun to catch,great to eat....Moved to Oregon,now I know where to fish for walleye..........


Reply Dee Reins
10:33 PM on July 10, 2012 

Friend and I went fishing, learned alot, had a wonderful time.