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slurpie

wondering if anyone has been out fishing with any luck. had some wednesday night but none today. Seems like i can get one fish of every specie but not alot of one say walleyes ,any info on the lake would be great.thanks

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warrior2090

eagle is hot! just remember... 6 in the well and call your 7th! smile.gif i just finished the fwc tourney and was going to take a break, but after hearing this last night i'm going to see what's going on out there.

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eyeslayer

Anyone been out on Long lake south? Come on, tell the truth now!!

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J'sBait&Sport

I was planing on fishing long couple of weeks ago, but it was all nasty green smirk.gif, so me and the buddy ended up fishing eagle instead.

J.

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jigginjim

J, how did you do?

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J'sBait&Sport

FEW SMALL EYES CAUGHT WITH SHINNERS, NOTHING BIG TO BRAG....WE KIND OFF GOT TO A LATE START THAT EVENING, SAW FEW OTHER BOATS TROLLING AROUND 'JOHNSON BAR'.

LATER,

J.

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walleyeking#8

Was on both Eagle and Long this past Sunday. Eagle was really good for numbers, but size wasn't very good. Only managed two fish over 14", but it was a lot of fun anyways. Headed to Long around 10:00am and fished there till noon, only two eyes both small. Fish on Eagle were all caught on jigs and minnows and the two we caught on long were on lindy's and minnows. Hopefully can get out again this weekend and try and find some bigger fish.

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slurpie

well tired of fishing green went to diamond caugt some crappie one nice one 1.8 lbs. warrior wondering if you were out there fishing? didnt have any luck with the eyes though maybe next time. grin.gif

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sparcebag

Sunfish & crappie on Diamond are yet bitin but really slowin down,eyes I cant find em but when I been seein baitfish balls I've casted and riped a multihook flatfish through and snagged perch bout 1&1/2 inches 2-5 snaged at a time!LOTS of bait!!I'll soon try some nights & early morn,But I cant catch a eye for lots a tryin. cool.gif

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warrior2090

king8- sorry, i haven't been out on diamond. been prefishing for another tourney out in so dak. hopefully, as a matter of fact, SCHEDULING, it in the book for mon. or tues. the 24th or 25th. i'll give a report at that time. i'm already thinking live bait and not deep so to speak, but on the side of the hills hanging in the weeds. we'll see!

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We just got back from Nest lake. Northern's were hitting. The biggest I saw caught was a 12.5#er. The bigest I caught was a 28"er. The bass were doing ok to. The bigest Bass I caught was 19". All kinds of bluegill. No eye's though. The lake is a little low yet.

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walleyeking#8

May I ask what access you used? I have been thinking of giving nest a try now that we have had some rain, was just wondering if the northwest access is favorable for unloading. This summer a friend and i caught several walleyes out there even some larger ones was thinking a jig and minnow combo in the same area might produce some pigs real soon.

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slurpie

caught some eyes out on green if you find them, their nice eaters.

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