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walleye118

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I will be staying at life of riley the first week of July.Just wondering how the fish are bitting.I was also wondering if my september hot spots for walleye,pike and crappie will produce in july.

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My place is on yahoo point in niles bay, and the walleyes have been hitting around that area, norwegion bay has always been productive for me in the fall and winter, im not sure about juyl, but im sure you will find them

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depends where yourv sept spots are located. Walleye bite been pretty stable. Maqyfly hatch is just wrapping up! Look me up when you arrive. I live in Cook, keep my boat at lor. Be happy to show you what I can! Big Jim

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