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Lake Tetonka

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Got out to Tetonka on Saturday. Was pretty disappointed (looked like Pea Green soup). I was just wondering if that is the way it has been (esp. for the Tourney on Aug. 18) or has it turned that way since the recent rain? Thanks tongue.gif

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the water for the tournament on the 18th wasn't real bad the west end was a little green but from what I hear the east end is now real soupy but I just recently heard that?

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Coming down this weekend to camp in Waterville. This will be my first time fishing Tetonka. Any suggestions going to be targeting walleye and pike. Would prefer to troll.

Thanks

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The draggin' bite should be just getting ready to take off out there. Look for areas of sand that still has cover or fish the rip-rap.

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The water has been green all summer. I'd lindy rig during the day and cast raps around structure into the evening and well after dark. Good luck grin.gif

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The NE end of the lake in 10-12FOW. Go just south of the marker bouy on the bar on the east end of the lake to the 4th house on the north east side. Just stay in 10-12fow and you'll know what I mean. Keep an eye on inside turns and points. Gold-orange hot'n'tots on clear sunnie days.

Let us know how you do.

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