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White Bear After Dark

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I plan on hitting white bear in the evening sometime during the week next week...Fishing for bass and pike while it's still light out but will try for walleyes after dark. I might pull cranks for awhile, but what is the bait of choice for the eyes? What depth are they hanging out at? Thanks in advance.

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I'm curious how the water clarity might be on White Bear right now as well...

-Gregg B.

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I was out yesterday... it's really low for clarity (for white bear).. greenish.. perhaps 3-4 foot visibility.

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With that relatively low water-clarity, did you do any good? Curious as I have never been out there and was thinking of trying it for pike...

-Gregg B.

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