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Fall Walleyes on the River

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Is anyone catching any Walleyes yet? They should be getting on the bite real quick. I'll be jigging some chubs tomorrow to hopefully get a couple smile.gif

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I was out today in the Little Falls area today and the 'eyes were on the bite. Jig/redtail in 8-12fow.

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jigging some chubs?... jeeeez man this is a family site

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River nut, good to hear. Shoot me an email if you want to go fishing again. It should be getting pretty good.

Riverrat, Stop hanging around Babcock park wink.gif

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Matt,

Starting to get a few in the spots you and I fished last fall. Been catching them on tube jigs while fishing for smallmouth. Nothing huge, but nice 15 - 17's.

Also caught my first 20" smallie a few weeks ago before the water level started to rise from the rains, what fun!

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cograts on the 20 !

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Those spots that you were talking about catching a mixed bag of 'eyes and Smallies... How north are ya talking?? That sounds real similar to my fall catches and I fish launching in downtown Anoka!

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Picked up a few and lost a few tonight on tubes...

Of course on accident...

Lord knows I can't catch 'em on purpose...

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I hope you threw those trash fish in the weeds.... or at least hot grease released em blush.gifgrin.gif

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