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Kyle

Boy lake

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Im sure I spelled the lake wrong, but does anyone know anything about this lake? as far as where good areas to fish are in the winter? Im not asking for specific spots, merely just general areas if possible. I have fished it once in the summer, but I know patterns change. Im looking to get into some walleyes if possible, so any help would be great!!

Thankyou

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I know people who do catch walleyes there in the winter but as for location I'm not sure. Usually winter walleyes relate to cleassic structure as long as they aren't too pressured so with a decent lake map I'm sure you'll be able to find some eye's.

Joe

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Look to the areas with pencil reeds as they have gravel bottoms, then work your way out to 10-12' and work the edges. Shiner and tipups work well although you may get larger perch pecking away at them. The weed areas next to larger shallow flats will also hold fish.

Tunrevir~

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