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I am heading up in the beginning of October and any help would be great. We are staying at Voyageur Cove and will be mainly fishing the West side of the Lake. What kind of presentations are used this time of year for those eyes. I can't wait to get up there.

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I would try the deep area towards the Dam to the north of Oak Narrows...Walleyes should be deep and crappies should be suspended. Its a blast if you can get into the crappies. Some of the west end guys will have more spots for you to try. Good Luck

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you will have fish at all the depths....everyday conditions will dictate....lindy or jig will be fine...or cranks if you can stand that boredom.....you will get 6 fish catches and then none....so go to another spot and come back.....very nice fish to be had!good luck...and set the hook...dont give up on worms yet

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Thanks for the advice guys. I am ready to get back up there.

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