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now that the water is cooling off the walleye and sauger bite should realy pick up.id start up by the dam .use a bright 3/8 oz ikes hair jig tipped with a fathead.start up close in the rip rap make sure you have enough time to work the whole area.also a good second choice would be a ring worm any color with a white tail seems to trigger fish.for more info call or stop by the store. GOOD LUCK IKE.

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Any gpx coordinates of good walleye spots?

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Friday we worked the river from the dam downstream about 2 miles. a couple of hits but nothing to show for the day! Water temps were right at 60.

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I really have not seen anyone catching anything very consistently down there. Been there 3 times in the last month and you might see 3 or 4 fish out of 6 boats in a couple hours. I guess saturday's are no good for fishing.

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by "down there" I mean up by the dam. Sorry, not real clear.

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