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Big R

Anybody been out there. I haven't fished the lake for several years and thought I might give it another shot. I know there is a decent walleye population but the trick is finding them and getting them to bite. I figure I'll give some of the sandy/rock shoreline breaks a try with rigs or something. Does that sound good?

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Kyle Sandberg

That sounds pretty good. Also give the off shore structure a try.

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Big R

I've fished that sunken island or hump that is out from the park access. I've caught a few there during the winter but never had any luck during summer. Is there any other off shore stucture out there besides that spot. You don't have to give out any secret spots or anything just some common areas I may not know about.

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TNFL

There is rumor of a long hump/bar on the North end. it appears on some maps. wink.gif

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walleyeking19

coming off of the island on the north end is the "finger". you could try that too.

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Kyle Sandberg

Shhhhh. No, the finger is kinda hit and miss. All depends on light and feeding conditions. There are some rock piles and transition lines I like to work.

WalleyeKing, shoot me an email at sandbergky@yahoo.com

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