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Report for BIG CORM.?

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I haven't been up to fish Big Corm. all year. Anyone have info on what's working and depth? Love to catch some eyes with the family. Thanks for any help!

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i havent been out there in a few weeks, heard it slowed down, but i could be very wrong. We got them on crawlers and cranks in 12 ft at dark.

A. Shae

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Not real recent but took the folks out to Big Cormorant a week ago Sunday. We caught three decent walleyes some smallmouth, and a bunch of really nice bluegills on crawlers, bottom bouncers, and spinners in 28-30 fow. This was during the mid-day.

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I have not heard anything recent either -- but it is due to pick up any time now.

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I haven't been out there in over a week, but the last time we caught some fish on leadcore and cranks in 28-30ft. We also pulled some nice smallies and a few small walleyes using bouncers and crawlers at the same depth.

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I did hear something last night at our back to school night. Something about the gap -- that was all they said.

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