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sheephead24

where to fish?

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we are looking to come up for the first time this year and wondering where the best action is. so far I have heard the east side is doing much better than the south, has anyone else heard this? also does anyone fish out of the sunny beach access, and how is the fishing there? thanks

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There are a handful of houses out on the cribs to the north of the sunny beach acces, otherwise they are scattered throughout. Sounds like everyone on the south side has moved there houses out, potentially relieving some pressure on the walleye. I'm thinking about trying out of JR's this weekend, regardless find an area as far away from other houses as possible.

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is anyone having any luck out of rogers resort or sunny beach? thats where we want to go, but havent heard too many good reports out of there. does anyone have any info? thanks, Shaun

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reports out of rogers was its still slow but ppl r picking up more walleyes and r starting to pick up some crappies.

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Was out of Roger's last week and was pretty slow, the road was only a few miles out. We had someone plow us a road way out all by ourselves and did well. We ran portables out of Aggasiz and also did well. They have a bunch of side roads plowed so there are some options there. We planned to move everything there, but a guide that uses Roger's road plowed us out as far as we wanted.

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