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Morris Point Report

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Just returned from Morris Point. We were using our own wheelhouse and did fairly well. Slow, but steady action. We kept a limit and ate them, then fished from 9-3 yesterday to get our limit to bring home. There was a good early bite yesterday, but we were a little hung over and slept in.

Started saturday at 7:30 in 20'....graphed lots of fished, picked up 2 nice walleyes...at 10:30 we went deep. Out o the end of the road in 34'. Switched from glow-red to glow green and started knocking them dead. Lots of snall ones....but lots of nice eaters too.

Had friends in their sleeper in 28' that caught nothing. They missed a few, and were fishing rattle reals playing cards.

Use your graph...the typical jigging spoon and dead stick 1/2 punch was working well.

Huge schools of shiners were seen suspened under our holes. Some "Cheeseheads" fishing next to us pulled up to 10' under the ice and caught 10 walleyes chasing the minnows.

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I just got back from fishing out of Morris Point for the past day and a half. We were in 28 fow on Sunday and ended up catching about 25 fish between two people. The majority of the fish were around 8inches long.

Today, we tried 32 fow but only caught one sauger in 3 hours.For two people between one and a half days, we kept 2 walleye and 8 sauger.

It was sure cold outside, but we stayed warm with two heaters blazing in the portable.

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