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Heidi

Night fishing out of Garrison landing

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My party is hitting the lake next Tues and I am looking

for a little advice on the closest rocks to hit the evening

bite coming out of Garrison. Thanks for the tips fellas.

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If your going out of garrison and have the option, consider bobber fishing off the flats in the evening and at night. Otherwise, there is Garrison Reef where the launches go during the day and (I think) Pikes point. On the point, rocks go out to about 17' before they start breaking up. If you go to the mud, leeches on a colored hook works best(I prefer orange on the flats).

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Here is a sarcastic tip. Try not to hit the rocks, they are no good for the boat. Have a good time.

If the bug hatch is what I have heard it was, at night you might be able to pick up a couple on cranks. The bait fish come to the surface to eat the bugs and yep the walleyes come up to eat the bait fish. I have not done this on Mille Lacs, but it was successful on Pelican.

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