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Hey guys, anyone have any reports out of that resort? I'm going up there this Tuesday, and looking forward to it! Any tips would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys.

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Things are picking up all over. The cold fronts just keep

piling up but the fishing is good!

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Fished thursday and friday out of borderview. Fished south side thursday and out 20 miles friday. The bite was slow. Mid day was the best. Great service, nice houses and they really work to get you on fish.Best luck was on a plain hook, dead stick with dead shiner.

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Roscoe, how many did you guys catch?

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I would say we had about 30 keepers for 2 days. The perch were large, walleye were 16inch and sauger 13-15. There was plenty of time to have a cold one between bites.

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Thanks for the info! What would you say was your best active/jigging lure, while working the deadstick?

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