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Nisswa Guides Report!

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It is hard to believe that it is September already. Over the last 10 days we have had the pleasure to experience the early fall bite on Gull. It has been quite good for walleyes. Although the majority of the active fish have been on the small side if you grind it out and try a few spots you will catch some nice ones. It was a great weekend out there following a couple of days of south winds the fish were snapping on the north end of the lake. Depths varied from 10-28 feet but minnows were the key to success. We’ve had the best luck on a Lindy rig and a redtail chub or jigs tipped with fathead minnows. Even though most guys have had walleyes on the brain other species are biting very well. The bass and pike fishing have continued a good pace and we have even seen some decent muskie action lately. Now that fall is here I think we need to relax and enjoy it. With so many activities in the fall it really goes too fast. Time to get back out there. Good luck this week!

Jason Erlandson

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