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fishingboy2008

walleye bite and tourney Q's

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hey yall! im finally back from BCT after being there all summer long and now im ready to get back out fishing. i just picked up a different boat the other day and its working out for me real great. i heard there is a walleye tournament out on madison this comming tues. nite? does anybody have any info about it? i would really like to get out and fish it. also does anybody no what lake has been doing the best this past week? are the eyes out deep or in shallow? any idea on what to use? any information would be greatly appreciated. thank you. smile.gif

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Look shallow and for the shad. grin.gif

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There is a walleye tourrney on madison on 8-21-07 it starts at 6:00 and weigh in is at 9:00 at the north shore landing the cost is $10 per person you can fish with 1 or 2 people there will be a guy on the dock that you pay the last tourney is on tetonka on 9-04-07 at the dnr landing

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Sept 4th Tourney...That eyes? Bass? What time? $10 also?

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Yes it is a walleye tourny starts at 6:00 ends at 9:00 also is $10

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PM or AM?

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PM.

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I'm in!

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thanks for the info guys. ill probably be giving madison a try for the tourney on tuesday!

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