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Plantan

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Has any one been fishing plantan recently? Did that Blue moon tourney take all they walleye's or is there a few left.

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i'm curious how fishing was for the bluewater tourney and who won!!!

thanks for any info.

cj

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There are plenty of eyes left in Plantan. The winners of the tourny had just over 19 pounds for 5 fish, some very nice fish.

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Yes there are plenty of walleyes left in plantang. My wife and I caught at least sixty during the tournament. Started the day with 10 scoops of shinners and let 7 minnows go after weigh in.

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Chris,

Have you heard any reports on the muskie action on Plant.? I'll post in the muskie forum later too.

mr

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Saw plenty while walleye fishing. Have not heard much from the anglers though.

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I'll be heading up there the first week of August. Haven't been out there that time of year before. Any pointers?

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