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Mr. Papermouth

Sugar Bite

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Mr. Papermouth

Is there such a thing as a Sugar bite lately, caught 4 walleyes last time out there ( 12 13 14 15 inchers) fishe one of the humps on the south-east side coming from the southern access. Any info on recent bite would be appreciated. I dont need to know spots but general info! thanks

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robbo17

Fish Deep- 40-60 FOW. 5pm-10pm Watch the Flasher to see where there at. Crappies and Walleyes have been anywhere from Bottom to 10 ft off the bottom, but it changes daily. Find some deep structure. Glow in the dark jigs with medium to small crappie minnows are best-- Don't even try fatheads or shiners waste of time and money. Was setting up 3 ft. off the bottom, with luck, until this past weekend, they were there but weren't biting.

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robbo17

Should just add Demon Jigs have work best.

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Mr. Papermouth

Hey thanks for the pointers! Been thinking bout hitting tha sugar water before walleyes close. There is a slot of 5 for crappies though right?

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rockman

That is correct. Limit of 5 crappies.

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bassphish2005

need too add a length min. of 10" on some Wright co.lakes for the crappies,this special reg. has helped the fisheries on many lakes in the state,lets them grow up before they are harvested.

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