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Walleymaster

this bite is over, fished from 2:30 to 11:00 pm and only 10" walleyes and 5" slabs

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5crazykids

A good buddy fished on Friday out there... bobber didn't move.

Truly AMAZING how many houses are concentrated out there. If things are over, I would imagine it will thin out shortly.

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settymn

the bite has been on the downward swing for over a week, but then when you take that many crappies out that has come out for weeks it bound to slow down. I here Diamond has done the same thing. Lots of small ones.

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jigginjim

was that many fish moved from the lake? or just someone claiming about a great bite that really was not there.

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sparcebag

On Diamond everyone was takin lots!!Even little fish

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eyewarrior

Great bite with lots of crappies taken out of the lake. I would be suprised if there were any left. Little lake + 1 area being fished + lots of fish caught = not many left for the future \:\(

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Wiskers

We fished Eagle and Dimond last Friday. Notta on Eagel and only a few on Dimond. Tons of small perch and about 8 crappies, nothing real big. Must be on the down hill swing. So many houses on such a little lake.

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LEECH21

I fished Eagle a little over a week ago and had tremendous luck with crappies. Numerous fish over 13 inches. Fished it again this last Saturday and I should just stayed home and watched football instead.

The bite, and the fish, are gone.

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walleye_hunter22

how is foot lake for fishing since eagle is done

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LEECH21

I fished Foot about a week before Eagle was hot. Did alright by the fairgrounds with walleye. Haven't been out there in a few weeks though.

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Bluegill1510

Well thats a ball buster. I just read it in the Minnesota Sportsmans Magazine for a lake to try, but seems like it got hammered already, so sounds like something not worth going to now. But it will bounce back, like all good panfishing lakes do.

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