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Spring/Summer Weed Walleye Techniques on DL area lakes

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What are some of your guys weed walleye techniques in spring and summer on DL area lakes? Would you prefer crawlers or minnows

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I prefer minnows, but crawlers will work too if you can handle all the [PoorWordUsage] fish.

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Dynamite, Nets, Spears...you know the normal stuff

Just Kidding...Depends on the lakes and water temp. Some want minnows in cold water. luke warm Crawlers/Minnows. Warm LEACHES.

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Shiners, or Gulp. NO leeches early in the year.

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It is hard to beat shiners during the early season. Either jigging or rigging...

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