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I'll be coming up to Andrusia in a few weeks. I will be bringing my Father who is in his 70's up with me. I am hoping to get some ideas of where to find the Walleyes at without spending too much time looking. Can anyone help? Have any secret spots you can share with me?... send me an e-mail if you want too. Thanks so much!

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Normal Summer spots. You should find some.

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Gee...thanks for the help!

Seriously, I do have good common fishing sense but was hoping for a little more help so I dont wear my 70+ year old father out looking for the fish all day.

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That's a big help, pikebay.... Normal summer spots on lake erie in 30' with 2 oz sinkers.

I would try a couple different tactics. Trolling shad raps along the drop offs, spinner and crawler rigs along drops, from 12'-20'... or a jig and minnow or leech in the same depths.....

Read Brian Jones' reports.........and follow what he does.

Hope this helps.

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hows the pike bait been latly. Any good dawgs?

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