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Is anybody catching walleyes consistently??

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I fish the pond often and have been having poor success this ice season. I have not been back for a week or so. I dont need to know where you are fishing but is anybody having decent success?? I just cannot continue to waste my time on the pond if nothing will bite. Upper Red has been a lot more fun for me.

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I have fished the big pond 8 times this year. I have caught walleyes every time so far anywhere from 40 to 3. I seem to be working hard for them but can manage some every time. Not as good as last year but still fun. I have been starting to fish morning and eve for walleye and mid day run in for some jumbos this has been good to pass the time. 4:30pm it kick off for me and only lasting 1hr or so. or really early 6-10am

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Pm was best for me.430to530.Late night good am so so.c63

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