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looking at going to minnewaska sat. afternoon out of the Glenwood looking for some eyes. How is the evening bit any fish be caught? What fow swallow or deep?

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walleyes on waska seem to be upredictable.. it can be a day or night bite depending where you go.

I would try deep, maybe the 30 foot hole or deep weedline maybe 14 feet

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I ended up with 5 walleyes over the past weekend between 15-21 inches all caught in 18-19 feet of water. All males. I'd usually release those over 20 inches, but the bellies were empty so I kept them assuming they were males, and I was correct.

Man was it cold over the weekend out in the middle of the lake. The wind blew in some real nice drifts that I had to dig my way out of on Sunday morning at -10 degrees, but it's all worth it in my book.

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Hows the lake now days???

thinking about goin on minnewaska some time soon???

How about Amelia....any word on that?????

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nope.

not many reports lately. Let us know how you did and where you went.

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