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Coach1310

Good day all. My vacation to Williams Narrows is less than 2 weeks away and I am looking for any tips relating to catching walleyes on Cutfoot. We spend a lot of time chasing pannies, but spend the evenings on Battle or Seeley Point bobbering for walleyes. What spots would be better? What techniques and structures would be best during the day? I have heard that Cutfoot has a lot of weed walleyes, where would a guy look for them and what presentation would be best? Thanks for any info. I need to do something to pass the time....is it the 30th of June yet???? Thanks

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Jason Boser

I fished it sun. and I fished the bars in the 12-15ft with jig and minnow and caught a few but they were small. I rhink you are right on on your places for the evening

Jason

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fishuhalik

I would focus on the humps just off the deer lake landing, just before the gap. It's usually a good midseason bite out there. Also the spots you mentioned are good. Don't be afraid to wander out to winnie, Bena Bar can be a great producer this time of year w/ a leech or crawler in the early morning, daybreak, or late evening. Also, not many people know about it, but the south side of the lake down by muskie bay and moses bar can have a great night bite. Troll rap's in 6-10 fow. It seems to be either really hot or dead, so if you don't get anything after an hour or two, you might as well sleep.

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Ritz

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I fished it sun. and I fished the bars in the 12-15ft with jig and minnow and caught a few but they were small. I rhink you are right on on your places for the evening

Jason


What kind of minnows would you use?

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Jason Boser

chubs or shiners

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MidCoast

I usually just use fatheads and do real well with them. Walleyes seem to love them, and they are cheaper and survive longer.

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