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WalleyeGod

RL weekend fishing report

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Was up Thurs afternoon through Saturday. Got the skivvy from Bill at RL1Stop whose advice on shoreline was right on.

Nightcrawlers and spinners in 20-30 ft of water. Some mid day a little deeper too. The action was good in the mornings, slowed down a bit in the afternoons and then the evenings were good again. Plenty of slot fish with the biggest at 26" and the most came in at that 14"-17". Blade color of gold, Orange/black, Perch, and actually just about most colors worked.

We knew things were going our way Friday when in the afternoon we found 7 full cans of PBR floating right by our boat and after an hour of ice time they really hit the spot. This was right after dodging the thunder storm. PBR from heaven.

Appears that a few walleyes are on the reefs now too as we started catching them Saturday and that was where the biggest one was caught. But, definately had more numbers come from shoreline yet. This coming weekend the reefs should be going better.

Thanks Bill! See you in August.

WG

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Thanks WalleyeGod! It was great meeting you guys this weekend. I am looking forward to a phenomenal summer reef bite as well!!

7 cans of PBR...that was one heck of a find!! Did you happen to say the magic words...PBR Me ASAP? grin.gif

Looking forward to seeing you in August!

Take Care and Good Luck Fishing!

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We did say the magic words as a matter of fact. grin.gif

WG

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