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walleye wisher

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walleye wisher

I know it's a little while before we have to start thinking about open water on the big pond, but I wanted to throw out a quick question. We are coming up on memorial weekend to fish for the first time on open water, out of wheelers point, and I was wondering if, generally speaking, you are still fishing the sand around the pine island area. I know every years different on all lakes, but on average, how far out do you have to travel outside the gap that time of year. Thanks for all replys.

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curt quesnell

Wisher,<P>You wont have to go far to find fish <BR>Memorial Day weekend.<P>You will find a variety of ways will work<BR>from Jigs, to Spinners to even pulling<BR>crank baits to put Walleyes in the boat.<BR>Try all depths from a foot or two of water<BR>to 20 feet.<P>From Pine to the Morris Point washout to<BR>Zipple you will have plenty of water to<BR>work with.<P>Good Luck, Have fun<P>------------------<BR>Curt Quesnell<BR>NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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walleye wisher

Thanks Curt, I'm trying not to get to excited about it, but I am really looking forward to it, We've talked about it for years and now were finally doing it.

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davemeyer

I am going up the same weekend to Angle Inlet and was wondering the same thing. Does anyone know what the water level is and whether the walleyes move into the inlet or stay in the big water around memorial weekend?

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