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Pine Island reports?

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Hows the bite out past the island? how deep are people getting fish?

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THE WORD IS THE BITE IS DECENT OUT IN 32 FT 33FT GETTING LIMITS AND THE SIZE IS GOOD 4 MILES OUT FROM ISLAND IS WHERE WERE AT AND ITS DECENT GOOD LUCK

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We were out today (Wednesday) at that 33 ft. depth and caught some small saugers off the bottom. All of our walleyes we caught were swimming between the 10-15 ft. mark on the Vex. Small jigs worked the best. Pink, green, gold, --- it didn't matter, but the smaller, the better and when you see a blip way up high on your depthfinder, reel it up and give it a subtle jigging action. That's how we caught all of the walleyes.

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Glad to hear the suspended action has started! Been looking for them but hadn't seen any yet.

Had a group that did well this week fishing 19' early and late and 32-33' mid day. Good size and numbers.

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4 of us fished today in 32 FOW off of Pine. Stayed busy all day with with a nice mix of waldo's and saugers. Many of the eyes were suspended like some of the others have said although not quite as high. Most suspended fish were 5-10 off the bottom. If you marked them high they were generally in a mood to bite.

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