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CatManLee

Baudette Bay Smallies/Walleye

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Hi Fishing folks. Just wanted to say if your looking for good quality smallies and nice walleye, Baudette Bay was great this past Saturday. We fished the bay all day (all plastics, no live bait) Caught 1 walleye just over 4 pounds and 3 at 17 inches. The walleye were caught in about 4 foot of water.<BR>We also caught 7 nice smallies with the biggest being just over 4 pounds! We even cought some way up the creek in VERY Shallow water.<P>Again these were all caught on soft plastics and spinner baits. If we would have used live bait, we would have cought many more I'm sure. Of course we caught or share of pike through out the day too. The biggest was only about 7 pounds (so nothing too big).<P><P>------------------<BR>CatMan

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Nice report! You think outside the box<BR>and I am glad it pays off for you so often.<BR>You riverrat,catfish chasers are some of the<BR>best all around fishers on most bodys of waters<P>We bounced around out in front of Zipple<BR>Bay for around 3 hours Saturday afternoon<BR>and kept 9 Walleyes and Saugers for 4 people.<BR>We tossed back 5 tiny mites.<P>Others who were there all day did pretty<BR>well with some pretty nice fish in the mix.<P>I was waiting for the 5:30 bite to start<BR>and at about 5:15 the wind picked up another<BR>5 miles an hour and I was forced to call<BR>on the "15 minute rule". If you dont catch<BR>fish in the next 15 minutes you quit, and<BR>we did.<P>Weather was too crappy the rest of the weekend.<P>------------------<BR>Curt Quesnell<BR>NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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