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walleyeslayer18

Waseca Area

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My buddy and i are heading out fishing down by waseca and were wondering what some good lakes are for a guy to hook into some walleye and northern?!

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Hey walleyeslayer, Just talked to guy I know who said west side of clear has been produceing crappie, gills, northern and bass(cant keep bass at this lake). But none the less he says its been steady.

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Just came by there tonight on the way home from goose hunting in Rochester. There are a lot of fish houses on the north end,including someone driveing their pu out on the the lake.Not to bright!

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I fished the lake thur and the ice was 10" where i was looked pretty good TRUCK GOOD hmmm maybe?

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found anywere from 5-11 in of ice friday

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    • leech~~
        Oh, says the guy that just took the plunge! I'm sure it will do your little pan fish ok. Let me know if you need a few Walleye's to try?
    • ZachD
      My buddy dulled his blades against a brick first thing when he got his. still cuts awesome just not through bones 
    • eyeguy 54
      you should have taken lessons    
    • leech~~
      I had a battery op Repala a few years ago and sold it to someone else at our campground. Didn't like the way they just zipped through without following the fillets and lost a lot of meat. Really suk's on a partly frozen fish!   Mine came with a case.
    • eyeguy 54
      decided to take the plunge and bought a Rapala Ion rechargeable. anybody have one and what do you use for a case?