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After 4 days on a Rainy lake houseboat we managed a walleye fry 3 nights. They where on the deeper mid lake reefs which is no secret, but they wanted minnows. That was the hard part, finding bigger minnows. To my surprise I was able to land a few each afternoon on 5" plastic rigged. 2 boats, 6 people, 47 eyes where clicked biggest 24", smallest 6" and every stop in between. We did fish some bays and the pike were willing to play!city
The OP was given the system by someone else who was having problems with it.
If the above statement is correct, try it on your system and see if the fuse blows. The problem may have been on the other person's rig.
Is it worth contacting the manufacturer for tech help or sending in for testing/service?
Leeches are somewhat seasonal and not as prevalent later in the open water season (now). It's the nature of the bait.
Vados would be my first call between the Cities and Mille Lacs but you could always try calling a few shops on the southern side of the lake.
Back in the old days..... before I retired and we used to come up labor day, I used to fish steep breaks into deep water. My favorite spot was the north/west tip of Schmidts Island. There is a little flat than breaks into like 40 feet out in front, more or less, of the dock that goes with the little chalet style cabin. There are probably other spots along that headolakes shore of the island that are good, so check it out with modern electronics.
I don't know if that area is still working or not. Jigging raps might work there. I used a rig with a pretty heavy sinker so I could tip toe over the rocks up and down the break.
Caught what was my PB walleye for a long time on that spot. Neighbor got a 30 incher somewhere along there.
This is all historical, so maybe not much help anymore.
BTW I typically fished there in the evening. Never really tried it during the day.
Jeez no. I can barely remember the netting discussion, let alone which side that I was arguing!
Yup, you can see us cruising past quite often probably intent on satisfying the little one's quest for some ice cream at Moosebirds. She loves Sue and Ron. I'll definitely wave or stop by if I see you. I'll be up the next two weekends.
How do you guys like to fish the west end as we transition into September and early fall? My next planned time at the cabin will be Labor day, I'm sure it'll be plenty busy on the lake but hoping to find a few quiet spots in the mornings and evenings to do some walleye fishing.