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ike's tackle

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ike's tackle

the water temp on monday was 54-55degs.the guys who are working the dam are having some sucess.it seems the best place is the sand in about 12ft.of water there pitching a 3/8 oz ikes hair jig tipped with a fat head.pitch it right up into shore and let the current bring it out.also try sonars they seem to be working also.no really large fish yet but alot of 17-20inchers.as the water cools the bigger fish will move up to the dam.Please pratice C P R .ill try to keep you updated.if you would like more info call or stop in the store.good luck IKE.

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Chipes

Ike,

Water was pretty high and fast on Sunday last weekend. When do you think the water will start to get lower if we don't get anymore rain the near future?

I caught ALL sauger last Sunday. Not one walleye. Are guys catching a mixed bag? Or are the walleyes just behind the saugers and aren't there yet.

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Chipes I would think if the GODS turn off the rain the water should start to come down.there is alot of current but you should be able to get down with a 3/8oz jig most the fish being caught are sauger with a few walleye mixed in.nice fish 17-20 inchers.the walleyes will fallow soon.ill try to keep updating. good luck IKE

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Chipes

has the water come down at all?

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