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Looking for a little insight on Walleye fishing on white Iron-Area. usual depth , baits areas, times. Will be there 7/21-7/26.

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rodmaker

Can't tell you much about White Iron, but if you can, fish Farm lake. It's on that chain of lakes. There is a reef, that I always do well for Walleyes & Smallies.

Use slip bobbers, small glow jigs and leeches. The night bite from 7 to about an hour after dark is awesome. During the day fish deeper 10-25 ft the same way.

Also, During the day, troll shad raps, husky jerks. Depths anywhere from 5-20 ft. Colors to use : Perch, Crawdad/crayfish, clown, firetiger, gold, Try a few of the chrome colors also. They are agressive, so hold on grin.gif

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Garden is the better smallie lake. Farm is the better walleye lake. White Iron is the better northern lake. That said all have a good population of all 3 species. As of 7/4 the White Iron eyes were on the little rock piles in 16-24 FOW. Leeches, crawlers rigged with 3-5 ft. leaders, and a colored hook - metal not paint. Smallies against the rocks in flat conditions - fire tiger or frog topwaters. Son released a 24 in. smallie at 8:30 PM caught from shore.

Search the previous posts for these lakes. Obey the slot, let it work. Take what you need and leave the rest but never take the very best.

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