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June 10-12 report. Lost rod as well!

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Fished with 2 other guys in my boat for about 22 hours over the 3 days. Caught at least 20 keepers and 40 walleyes over 20". Largset was 27 7/8". Best locations were deep rock, had one flat also that was good. Minnows and leeches both worked great at different times.

A buddy of mine lost one of my rod and reel combos he was using. We were at 4 mile rock (north of Sloppy Joe's). He was fishing out of the front of the boat. He sat the rod down, just for a few seconds, to get a drink of water.

A fish hit and took the rod down to the 29 foot depths!

Too bad it was a nice Shimano Calcutta reel,the rod was a modest Cabela's E-Glass though.

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