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walleyecaber

My week on the lake 11/2-11/8 was a great week

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walleyecaber

Ok guys here how it went on my yearly trip up in the fall for night trolling. First night out did really well on jointed raps in the perch color along with firetiger not fast but man some nice fish caught 12 but was out all night long biggest was 29. 11/2 did about the same area as the night befor weeds inside outside over the middle of them and wasnt going so good till about 11pm only had 2 fish up till then all the sudden not sure what caused it but in the next 2 and a half hours 21 fish between 2 of us again all big fish with the biggest at 28 same 2 colors as the night befor. Sunday and monday night we didnt make it out the ladys wanted to gamble and have some fun so of course we went and the wind was to much to handle for me. The rest of my time on the pond was great caught fish every night some big some small and even a few northern and muskies throwin in the mix.We only fished the west side and up north to around red door but most of are time was out in front of the casino since we were staying there.Like mentioned befor all most every fish we caught was on jointed raps in the 2 colors mentioned but had luck on others but not near as much. Out of the whole trip biggest walleye was a fat 32inch yes i said 32inch 10.2 eye wich i will get that picture up as soon as i can figure how to do it. No sorry wasnt me who caught it was my buddy and yes folks he kept it took it in and is havin it mounted great looking fish.So yes there are fish to be caught but i will say this if you go out there you best have warm clothes and some good boots or be cold in less the 2 hours and headin in. Was a great trip and ill see you on the ice this winter. Oh by the way we went to the Neil Young concert on the way back thursday night and to tell you the truth he sucked big time he would be better off not touring no more .

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Kyle Sandberg

Great report and sounds like you guys had a blast. Congratulations to your buddy on the once in a lifetime catch.

I can post the pic if you want me to. Email me at sandbergky@yahoo.com

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Mykal

Awesome report! Sounds like matching the hatch was getting it done. The stick baits have been off for us the last week. Cograts on that 32 inch monster.

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Shamu

awesome report. Can't wait to see the pics. grin.gif

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Kyle Sandberg

Here ya go walleyechaser. Man, that is a really nice fish.

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walleyecaber

Thanks K Dawg for posting this picture for me was a hog that is for sure just wish i was the one to get it LOL allways next time for me cool.gif This form is one of a kind the people on here are awesome and the imfo we all share is price less once again thanks for helping me out with the picture and get out there and hit the lake im sure there are fish to be caught befor freeze up .

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rodmaker

Good post. What size were using on the jointed rapala's.

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minnesotatuff

what a monster! ive never even dreamed of catching one that big. its cool to know they are in there! WTG!

regards,

minnesotatuff

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walleyecaber

Rodmaker we used mainly #7 #5 and #4 shallow raps jointed are average speed wich seem to be the ticket this trip was from 0.7 - 1.3 anything faster or slower didnt seem to work at all. We did get some nice fish over the time we fished wich was mostly from about 8pm - 3or4 in the morning could say we are die hards LOL. Any ways great trip was had by us and the ladys.

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rodmaker

Where is he going to get the fish mounted. Matt up at Artistic Anglers does skin mounts as well. As far as I'm concerned, he's the best.

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Team Otter

Great looking fish.

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Shack

Great post and nice pic.

Thanks!

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walleyecaber

Thanks for the nice replys guys and i do believe that he is havin the fish mounted by Pat Mason he is really good at skin mounts he is out of Northfield i do believe. I had my 12.6 walleye 33 inches that was caught on lake of the woods done by him in 98 looks great . Till this day nothing over 10 lbs since for me.

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