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How was everyone's weekend of fishing

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I was wondering how it went for everyone in the area.

The walleye's seem to be tough everywhere except the on the big pond.

From what my buddies are saying the bite is still hot down there.

The pike are really active as well as the bass.

Panfish action can be good if you fish in deeper water.The small stuff is in tight ,but the larger pannies are in 10-15 fow.

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Wasn't up last weekend but will be up this weekend through the 4th am gonna try to get out on Wauk. Things have slowed down there but I'm gonna do my best to catch a meal or two.

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You might want to get some small leeches and slip bobber in 10 fow out in front of the access beyound the tall weeds just off of the cabbage.

I caught a mess of eyes there in the years past.

I've also dropped my hair jig verticle style right over the side of the boat in that cabbage and did good on blue gills.

Good luck & happy 4th

CK

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Thanks for the info. I'll give it a shotski. Good luck to you this weekend.

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If you poke around 30 yards behind the big weed island there are some cabbage patches in 8-10 fow that hold gills too.More east than directly behind the tall weeds.Oh' the south end of the big weeds in 10 FOW will hold those crappies.

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