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Causeway on Gull next week

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I'll be on Gull for the first time next week. Staying at Causeway on Gull. I believe this is close to Sportland Tackle so I'll make a point to stop in. My question is can I find any walleyes out from Causeway's without boating too far? I'll have my little boys with me so I'm hoping to have some structure close by.

Thanks in advance.

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TT Causeway is right there in the channel area on the north end of Gull. You may find a walleye or two just by poking around Booming Out bay. That is the first area you will hit as you enter the the lake. There is a lot of nice structure on the north end of the lake that isn't too far from Causeway.

Jason Erlandson

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Thanks Jason! Thats great news as I'm not sure if we plan to rent a boat or use our flat-back canoe with trolling motor. I appreciate it.

TT

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