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Weekend Tonka Reports

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My brother & I hit Wayzata Bay today from 2:30-5:15. Went out of the Depot/Beach Access. We walked out about 150 yards and found 6" of ice (under a few inches of slush). A few others showed up just before "Prime Time". I noticed quite a few portables out from the Yacht Club too. Perch were pesky, a small slimer passed through, and a couple of 'eyes made an appearance. I was hoping for more of the latter but oh well.

Anyone else out there this weekend?

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Went out at about noon today on seaton trying for some nice sunnies. Only caught small ones and saw a few crappies and bass on the Aqua Vu. I am concerined about the size of the sunfish in the lake. I feel they might be stunted because three years ago you could catch many 6-8 oz sunfish during the summer and winter but since then both seasons have not produced much but I can say that there are plenty of walleyes and pike to be had. Hopefully others had better luck!

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