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We will be on Steamboat Bay this weekend and looking to get on some walleyes. It sounds like the weedlines at 16 - 20 ft of water are producing.

Will we have a chance in this part of the lake, or are we better off getting to the main body? Live bait vs. trolling cranks?

Any thoughts appreciated.

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The walleye are starting to show up all over now along the deep weed edge. You can either pull lindy's or use a jig and minnow. Fat Heads or Red tails are working the best.

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Our guides have been on Gull quite a bit over the last few days. Sounds like the walleyes are starting move out a little. They've been catching them in 16-26 feet mostly on Lindy Rigs and redtails. Some guys are getting a few on jigs too. We've been fishing the north end more but there are some great spots right down there in Steamboat. Just keep moving till you find them. Good Luck.

Jason Erlandson

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Thanks Guys.

Does anybody know what the bottom is like in this area? Gravel or Sand?

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Gull has a lot of sand bottom but you will find some areas that have some rock and gravel.

Jason Erlandson

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Thanks Jason. We'll have to stop in for some leeches and/or red tails

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