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FireTigers

Walleyes in the area

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Well, I'm pretty fished out on the panfish, crappies, perch and small large mouth bass. I've been fishing Bebee alot and catching a ton of fish everytime out. Today we caught 6 perch, 9 sunnies, and 11 crappies for the 3 of us. I tried Charlotte recently for some eyes with no luck. I was just outside the north bay on the drop off. I tried 13,14,17 FOW with jigging spoons, pimples, and deadlines with fat heads. I was right on the weed line.

I want to start going after some eyes now. What lakes are working for walleyes right now? What kind of structures are good? What are good techniques and baits?

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firetigers, do you have a 4wheeler? if so then the far north side of pulaski is a good start.

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Jigginjim, No wheeler. Just a 100 lb clam I tug around. I saw on the pulaski reports that guys are driving out now and there are roads. I have a mid-sized 4 door sedan. Can I drive to that part of the lake from the landing? I read about the springs on the west side by the park to stay away from. How far of a walk would it be? thx

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1/2 mile or so, I don't have a wheeler either and I took one look and decided i'm too lazy to walk that far...

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the roads cut right through the middle of pulaski so you won't be near any of the springs. and you should be fine with a mid-size truck, there are much bigger ones out there everyday.

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firetiger, have you fished beebe for eyes yet? they're in there! was out there last year for the night crappie bite and a guy in his permy was makin a whole lot of noise, come to my suprise he pulled in an 8 lb waldo on 3# line. lucky SOB, haha, he was set up no more than 10 yards from me. find the right depth n structure on beebe, u could have to real good luck.

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Ya I've tried a few times around the island. All I've ever caught is a couple small 6"-8" waldos.

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