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DiverDan

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Looking to come up this weekend 22-24 for one last try for Walleyes. Looking to see if anyone is having any luck on the West side. Depth, bait and structure ideas would be very helpful and appreciated!

thanks all!

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I know most of you fish the East side but doesn't anyone fish over here on the west side? Was hoping to find out if anyone is having any luck?

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Shamrock fishes the West end but do not know if he has been out.

The walleyes should be in the same depth there as here on the East end.

24' to 26' has been the best depth again this week. My group this afternoon caught 11 walleyes and missed a few others at that depth. Only 2 of them were caught deeper. Target the edges of rocks at that depth.

Cliff

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Thanks Cliff I appreciate the info! I will give it a try and let you know.

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