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fishingman93

fishing prior for walleyes.

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i've never fished prior for walleyes and i was wondering what depth are the walleyes sittin at in the evening such as 7:00 to 10:00.

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fishingman,

I haven't been out for them since memorial day, but we found them 14-18 fow. Did pretty well with numbers but only 1 over 13 inches. Was using jigs and minnows. I'll be out this weekend and let you know what I find.

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Saw 3 nice walleyes get pulled up in 6-8ft of water earlier this week between 8pm & 9:30pm. Jigging in the weeds.

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What is best: morning or evening for fishing for 'eyes on Prior?

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I had no luck with Walleyes on Prior this year, but in the past I had the best luck in the evenings, from dusk to dark, jigging in the weeds (5-10 fow) near deep water.

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Any isues getting a parking spot in the evening? That place really fills up. I've been going mid-week mornings just to avoid the hastle confused.gif

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