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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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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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has the water come down at all?

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