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walleyeguy2006

REPORT OCT.25

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Water went up again,water temp 54-55,nice saugers and walleye 16-22ft,3/8oz green and yellow hair jigs tipped with fathead being snap jigged.

Staight and to the point.

Good fishing I'm heading up to the rainy river. cool.gif

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Caught a total of 10 walleyes and saugers yesterday. 3 keepers and the others went back in (under 15"). Also caught 1 nice white bass around 3 lbs. Missed many others. Using a plain red hook with a smaller fathead was the key for me. The water was really up, compared to last weekend, guessing at least a foot. Best day I've had out there laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif(only shore fished).

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what depths where you fishing?

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I was just fishing at the Point Douglas Park from shore, not sure of the depth, but the weight was getting tossed around pretty good with the water up so high and the current was very strong.

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thanks, hoping to get into some good fishing this weekend

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I was hoping to get out this weekend as well, but the wife has too many things for me to do that I have been puting off for too long. Good luck out there.

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