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Kid Zero

Sand Point Success II

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August 11 day trip to Sand Point's Grassy Bay - Fished 18-24 FOW and had good action when the wind was steady out of the SSW. The wind died during the middle of the day and the fishing quieted as well. Perfect time to have shore lunch! The wind changed to the NNW and afternoon/evening fishing picked up again. Walleyes were a little smaller than last year with the biggest at 17". Talked to a few other boats and they had a guy pull a 29" in a little deeper water the night before. (the smallies were shallower on the rock piles too) Thanks to all who post all the great comments on fishing, camping, park matters, etc. Until next August!

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Thanks for the report Kid. I don't suppose you'll be making any day trips before the 4th of Sept? If so keep the reports coming.

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Nice report Kid Zero. We were in Brown's Bay over the weekend too and cleaned up on the rock bass. Only got a couple smallies. We were in 10 FOW w/ crawlers and slip bobbers. Enough for a great shore lunch anyways and that was good for us.

I hope to get back up there and try our luck again soon.

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Hey double dog, are you saying that you ate those rock bass?

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