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Big Walleyes On Tetonka!!!

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ive been fishing on tetonka alot the last few months and i was wondering where are all the big walleyes i mean ive caught a bunch of little ones but none over 20 inchs i want to hook into some big walleyes... is there anything that i should do to help me catch big eyes of am i doin the right thing and i just have to wait or what.... thanks for the help and goodluck fishing

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As a wise man once told me - it takes time on the water. smirk.gif

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I believe the canon river chain of lakes was stocked pretty heavy a few years back, and I think this is just the size that most of the fish are from the year it was stocked.

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Speed up your tactics and fish in or near cover.

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Was out there for 2 hours this am with my son. water temp was round 72. Did ok off one of the points fishing into the weed line. 2-16's and a baby. Went to the rocks, and found nothing, but having to untangle my kids line from weeds smile.gif

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week ago tuesday first trolling pass got a 25in and a 12in fished 9 more hours not another fish great first 5 min. of fishing 28fow

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