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lund2025

Rainy Lake--Week of Aug. 18

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We will be traveling to Rainy and fishing the RedGut area during the week of Aug. 18. Any info you could share regarding location, techinques etc. would be greatly appreciated. Fishing mainly for walleyes and bass. thanks

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I was there Monday & Tuesday. Poor results. There were tons of little walleyes stacked any where we went that had a point or hump with 25 feet of water. But they were dinks.

Only managed a couple nice pike & bass and one musky blow up on surface lure.

We tried Porters and up to Perry Strait. Fished shallow and deep. frown.gif

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