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Northdrifter

Walker Bay

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Anything happening out of Walker Bay? Thinking about heading there this afternoon.... Depth? Colors? Jigging? Deadsticks?

Last time I attempted the Walker bay was when my auger became posessed and fell a part... Got the parts and the auger works great again... now looking at one more attempt...

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Hard to believe nobodys been out on walker bay...I'm not asking for the honey hole just a report and some tips...

By the way you could say your exact location but what are the odds anyone would be able to find it... especially on Leech..

Any tips.. Depth? Color?

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I had some success in 15 FOW, never seemed to be a dominant color to me, and the feeding window is only about 2 hours long.

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I caught a bunch of eyes last weekend, but it could have been because of all the commotion going on, we set up on the edge of the pouters and during the day from 12:00 - 8:00 we caught about 20 wallys ranging in size from dinks up to 21" we were pretty much straight out from the new condos where peppers used to be in 35 FOW fishing a couple of inches off the bottom, about the same distance from the walker shore to the oppsite shore. We were on top of a weed bed, 2-3 inch weeds that looked like milfoil. Not that this will hep too much now that walleye season is closed. Have a good one!

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