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Leeches and crawlers, for bait. Then find deeper water, 30 to 40ft, use a lindy rig and go slow.

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Ha Ha Ha shortcakes!! GIT ER DONE!! cool.gif

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Headed up to park # 5 this weekend, any reports for walleyes or smallies??

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Later evening troll circles with crankbaits in 5 to 7 feet around perimmitter bars and flats.

After dark fish chubs in and out from 18 feet deep [out] to 5 feet in slow verticle jig in and out from bars and flats.

Most of action is on Park 5 end of lake but if you feel like crossing lake in dark try around swimming beach area bobbers and live baits.Stay from mid beach to past ramps in 9 to 15 feet water anchored when they show,quite and patient.

Last 2 places show some fish,small on flats and bars,but some nice ones near baech.

Plan on keeping fish you catch because with 83 degrre evening temps[water]the ones you put back will more than likely not survive.

If you do go deeper plan on keeping all fish as these simply will not survive reentry.

Ask right at park ,they will have all the latest that simply doesnt make it to town .

Good luck

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Thanks for the info prime.

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rippin lips, the water temp is 77-78 unless you are in the big shallows. i have had no problem releasing fish. use small live bait rigs, not chubs unless they are redtails. fish 25' and deeper for s.m. and walleye action. stay away from the small humps right now because the majority of the fish are hanging around the larger structure or 1 trench away. if you have to fish shallow, pull raps in 10-12'

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rippin, one more thing. i wouldn't waste my time bobbering up right now either, most of the fish are spread out so keep moving but go slow.

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I have started to pull cranks on wolf riggs.

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Excuse my ignorance but whats a wolf rig?

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Rippin, did you get out on the water or did you spend the weekend in the tent?

Owen

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I got out on the water for a while sunday morning. Managed to catch a few smallies, rock bass, sunnies, and one 19 inch walleye all went back in the water.

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