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Kyle Sandberg

Clearwater

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Thinking of hitting clearwater in the morning tomorow. Are the walleyes realting to weedlines or mid lake sturcture and what are they hitting. Thanks in adavance.

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The only thing I have heard from clearwater, is the walleyes are starting to hit Crankbaits in 12-18 FOW

No location heard, unknown time of day. Sorry not much help.

Stop at Little Jim's on your way out they more know more.

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Does anyone know what time H+H or Little Jims opens?

Thanks

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Little Jims opens at 5:30 or 6:00

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Seems to me Little jim's Opens @ 6:00am.

I had done good on weed edges. I have ideas for my next trip to try with cranks.

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How are the water levels on Clearwater? I saw they got 2 inches of rain last night. Has anyone checked the water temperature lately? I'm hoping the lake turns soon. I will be up there for a week on the 29th.

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I was out there in the rain yesterday. Not sure if the lake is up at all since I have never been on it before. Surface temps were 60 - 61 during the mid-morning hours. Fish were uncooperative though. Marked many fish suspended in 25 - 35 feet of water and some just up off the bottom but no takers on leeches or crawlers.

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Kdawg, how did you do?

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When we went out we didn't have very good results. Little walleyes, no keepers but it was fun to be on the water.

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