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StrosLit31

Osakis Walleye fishing??

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I have been busy working the last month and havent been up to the cabin. Just wondering if the walleye bite has picked up at all. I would assume the water temp is now dropping and the walleye will be moving into some shallow water?? Well any help would nice. Going to have this sat. on the lake and thats it for a while.

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Was up last weekend, and most of our fishing friends and us were still enjoying the fall sunny and Crappie bite when the wind permitted. But some were catching eyes in 14-18 ft. bouncing minnows.

So it is picking up and they are shallower, but still tough to find a lot of keeping size. The bigger ones should start their fall feeding soon.

Good luck grin.gif

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