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Fall Fishing Strategies

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Myself and several buddies will be going on a week long, unguided bear hunt in the BWCA from 9/13-9/20. During the morning and mid-day we intend to do some fishing (primarily targeting walleye). We'll be base camping out of Sawbill Lake. I typically fish the St. Croix river and do a fair amount of lindy rigging for walleye. Fishing from a canoe will be a new experience for me.

Questions:

What general strategies would you employ to catch walleye at this time of year? Typical depths? Presentations? Bait?

Any tips that you can offer would certainly be appreciated and I'm sure add to our overall experience in the BWCA. Thanks!

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