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walleyes waconia?

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has anyone been fishing waconia? what are you catching and where?

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A buzz is what i have been catching lately. In a warm fish house. #@% Generators

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I've been out a couple times but haven't caught any sort of quality. Was out for a short time yesterday and managed some decent size perch actually. I mean nothing worth keeping but they weren't the usual bait size.

Had the camera down the whole time and saw a few stray crappies that had some nice size to them but couldn't even get thing to sniff my minnow...

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 Originally Posted By: saloonsoftball76
A buzz is what i have been catching lately. In a warm fish house. #@% Generators

I agree, they should ban a certain db for generators.

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yea, anything over 10db.

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ah - just stay away from the generators! (thats what I do) They are always going to be on the lake and there are definately fish elsewhere...

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i no a buddy of mine went out from a bait shop landing and walked a few hundred yards out and caught a really big jumbo! in the early morning

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 Originally Posted By: tisosy11
ah - just stay away from the generators! (thats what I do) They are always going to be on the lake and there are definately fish elsewhere...

Well i have been in this spot since early jan. and these guys came next to me 40' from my house. It was not like i went to them. So staying away from them is tough. It is what it is. The season is over soon anyways.

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