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RonZych

Gary Burton ,tamarack

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Gary could you shoot me an e-mail or private message about the fishing when you get back? Tamarack, have you heard anything about the fishing lately? We head to your cabin next week. I know every spot on the lake. Just trying to narrow the search down for the older folks we are bringing up there. I'm not sure how long they can last in a boat looking for fish. We are only going to be there a few days.

Ron

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Ron,

I sent you a private email. Let me know if you don't get it.

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Got it, Thanks for the info.

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I'm headed up tomorrow to Ash River Trail, haven't fished the lake in a few years, any advice from your recent trip on where to find the walleye's ? Thanks,

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This reply is a little late, but might help someone. We have found from week to week, probably based mostly on the weather patterns, fish are found in different locations. In July August during the day 10 to 16 feet down off rockpiles and points are often good. In the evening they seem to move to sandy bottoms 3-5 feet, then after dark larger eyes seem to cruise the rocky shorelines and shallower rock piles.

Bill

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Welcome to FM Bill. Great to have you here with us.

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Thanks Bass n Spear, good to be here! Received a call from a friend fishing Elephant this week. The weather cooled down from Saturday to Sunday (low 90s to high 70s). He said everything is hitting and everyone at Melgeorges is doing well. Nice eyes, crappie, bluegills and smallies being caught.

Bill

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