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Just got off the Weather Channel site. Looks like we should have a low pressure system over us this weekend and the tempurature is really going down starting early next week. Hopefully this will turn on some walleyes as I have yet to catch one on Mille Lacs this year. Very disapointing! Last year I caught ten in one day and thought that was a slow day. I guess I should have kept my mouth shut and thanked god for allowing me to catch that many. I should bring my portable and sled instead of renting a house. A perm shack is nice to fish out-of but I think to be serious about fishing you need the mobility.

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Renting a house is nice as a base camp. That way you are already out there. Heck you can even fish while your sleeping then. Head out during the day and come back at night. Check out wilderness, they can put you on a good night spot that way you can catch fish 24 hours a day!

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    • Rick G
      And just like that, it's open water time.... Got a few small ones today... felt good to have the long rod out again 
    • chucker1101
      I catch saugers in rivers or in lakes with large river tributaries - they seem to be more of a river fish. Given there aren't big feeder rivers into V, i'm not surprised by lack of saugers. I've never caught one in V, nor have i heard of anyone.  
    • Wheres_Walter
      From the MN DNR-   The walleye is native to most of Minnesota, flourishing in large, shallow, windswept lakes with gravel shoals, such as Mille Lacs, Leech, Winnibigoshish, Upper and Lower Red Lake, Lake of the Woods and Lake Vermilion. It is also native to many smaller lakes and steams in all of Minnesota's major drainages. Because of its popularity as a game and food fish, the walleye was introduced to many other lakes, where it has become established. The walleye now occupies about 1,700 lakes totaling 2 million acres and 100 warm-water streams totaling 3,000 miles.
    • HugeHogChaser
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    • Cliff Wagenbach
      As far as I know walleyes are native to almost every lake that they are found in up north. Cliff