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RodNGun

Up River WALLEYES

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A couple FMers and I went up river yesterday out of boyscout. And let me tell you we killed em. We ended up getting 15 walleyes with 6 over 20" and the biggest was 27". A few bonus fish were left swimming as well. The ice is still scetchy in some spots so caution is always advised. The standard jig and a minnow with a couple coming from dead sticks. Go get em boys.

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Jordan why didnt you stop and say Hi you antisocial sun of a gun? I know you walked by my truck when you left.

We were straight out from the landing and didnt do nothin at all.

That spot you were at is a good spot.

How deep, what were ya using, glow, minnows or parts, weight of jig or spoon and what time? Just yokin ya man. Nice work!

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You are correct.. I told one of my buddies that lived in that area to try it out and he did AWESOME with the walleyes ...... grin.gif

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