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Boar

Any reports from Twin Island area?

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Boar

Any one fish that area recently? heading up this weekend if it gets warm enough, an would like to know how it's going out there. I have my house in 32' Almost straight of the point. Boar

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loosegoose

I didn't fish there but a gal that was staying at the same resort we were(Arnesen's) last week reeled in a 29.5" eye.

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Justin Sander

You can read my post on Arnesen's, we fished south west of twin island.

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srj

I fished Sunday afternoon for a couple hours, probably fairly close to your location--I was northwest of the houses north of Twin in about 32'. From 2:30 to 4 it was dead but there was a good run from 4-5. Nice mix of walleyes and sauger. I was surprised that Arnesens has houses in the mix.

Good luck this weekend.

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Boar

Thanks guys if your out there this weekend I have a white camper with a gold stripe down the middle, Say howdy if your going by. Boar

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navigator175

Fished there fri. and Sat. 1/25 and 26.Started out in 36 fow ended up moving to 24fow.Because of the warmer weather last weekend the deeper water did very poorly for us.Did well in the 24 foot water area.6 nice keepers 15-18,1 27 cpr.

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    • fowldreams
      There was a couple mixed in the bucket. They were big shiners 5 to 6 inch range. The shiners would be down for 6 hours or so each time and we never waited that long for a sucker to be taken. Just our experience. If a guy could have both I say try and see.
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      Catching a lot of them in 34 feet
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