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gunderson21

walleyes

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has anyone had any luck with the walleyes lately? I am looking at taking out a couple guys that have never caught a walleye tomorrow night. I don't need gps coordinates just a guide in the right direction or area to try. thanks also I can be reached at huntinbuddy19@msn.com

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Haven't Heard of anything lately myself, but I also haven't been putting much time into them lately. I think the last post I saw on here mentioned French, everyone else seems to be of slow talk, one here one there kinda bite going.

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We got into a bunch of 'eyes on the north end of mazaska this afternoon. Only one problem, the biggest one we picked up was a whopping 13". Other than that, I haven't heard too much for decent sized 'eyes... slow, slow, slow

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