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Kyle Sandberg

Fall Walleyes?

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What lakes do you like to target this time of the year? What presentation do you find most productive? Jigging, rigging, corking?

Do you ever troll at night?

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I fish a jig/minnow for most of my deep fall fishing.

Clearwater, Sugar and Pulaski are my mian lakes. Most of the time it's better to head to red wing and fish the river.

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K Dawg,

Like I said I want to give Buffalo a try this saturday, although I live less than 10 minutes away from Minnetonka, there are some hogs in there if you can find 'em. It will only get better on Tonka from here on out. Anyway, I don't know what depth to find 'em on Buffalo at this time of year, but plan to lindy rig during the daylight hours, then maybe switch over to trolling the shoreline with big stickbaits at night. Don't you just love fall walleye fishin'?

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Yes, I love the fall fishing. The only part is getting cold and not catching fish. If your catching fish and your cold its fine but no fish its horrilbe.

Wait why am I complaining, its better than sweating. lol grin.gif

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