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LEECH21

4-Mile or thr river fior sturgeon this weekend?

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Musky_45

what do these bank sinkers look like might need to pick some up before next year

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BigFish1

Try border bait by the landing on wheelers point.

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WallEYES

This last weeekend we had to upgrade to larger weights....was fishing out in front of river bend...current very strong...we used 8-9 ounce and did fine....lots of fish 39 up to 62 inches caught in our boat

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WallEYES

Forgot to add...border bait has plenty of larger weights....good luck

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marine_man

Thanks WallEYES for the report! A group of us are headed up this next weekend.. can't wait!

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WallEYES

MARINE MAN...Good luck ...Have fun...it was my son's first experience at sturgeon....I'll I can say is he was pretty tired...I stayed out in front of riverbend most of the time and did pretty well...we caught 28 fish total. Other guys that were fishing by us tryed out in the gap area and caught a lot of fish, but the size was on the small side.

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LEECH21

We used 5 oz weights in the bay last weekend. We had fish up to 60". Many in the 40+ range. Current should be less now I'd imagine.

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lakowoods

I got all the right weights also 1/2oz. all the way up to 8oz. crawlers and the crayfish scent I have also is working good. lots of excellant reports from up and down the river. many fish over the 60" mark being caught. stop in for the best places to target. Steve @logcabinbait

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