I understand the perch structure very well and have been working on making some for our pond, but what about walleye?
We plan on adding some walleye later to keep the perch in check but would like to keep them happy. We will be aerating
the pond 12 hours at night every night year round. Before the pond fills we are thinking of making some deep water structure for the perch to winter and walleye as well.
Looking at a PVC tree of some sort. Maybe some 4" with 2" then some good old 1/2" black pipe for smaller branches. I am just guessing that the walleye are just bigger perch and would like any tree like structure just deeper water.
Thoughts and tips? That structure archive is sick with tones and tones of info. Just if it was species specific.
One other questions as well. We have a camp on a lake with both fish. The lake is very very big and man made. The water is tea stained with much much sediment on the bottom. Would it be worth to aerate by our dock and what types of structure could we add to the dock area to increase our walleye catch right off the dock? It is very deep starts off at 6 feet and is a 1:1 slope out 45 feet right off the dock.