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wallyhunter66

Any walleyes hitting, TO?

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wallyhunter66

Just wondering if you had been out and if the walleyes have gone into the fall patterns yet? Thanks....Todd grin.gif

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Matt C

Theres no eyes round here smile.gif

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french_lake_kid

Amen 2 that!

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Team Otter

I'll know more after this weekend's guide trips. I've been up on Gull in Brainerd.

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Team Otter

Thanks dude.

It was nuts!

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Team Otter

Due to the weather, I have pushed back some of my outing's from this weekend to mid-October. I'm going to work through the weekend and into early next week so I can start screwing off soon. grin.gif

Stay tuned for the reports.

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wallyhunter66

We took a drive down to Red Wing today, well we got soaked of coarse, but we did get a couple nice fish. A 15 inch walleye and a 19 inch sauger. They dont be seem to be very agressive yet, but from what i have been told they are picking up. They were caught on chartruse fuzzy grubs 1/4 ounce and minnow, jigging the rip rap. Ithink if we had stayed longer we would have picked up more fish but between being wet and the wind it got a little cold! I am planning another trip in a week or 2 so I'll give another report then.....Todd grin.gif

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mr marbles

Caught a nice pig walleye last nite out of Albert Lea lake 24+ but fat.

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