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T-water

I'm coming up to V on Tuesday, I'll be bringing a cold front with me. I'm sure that the fish will come back to the shallows as the weather stabilizes, but I'd love to hear some thoughts about where to look for pike, smallmouth, walleye. I'll be staying on the west end narrows area. Any help would be appreciated.

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Cliff Wagenbach

The walleyes in the fall after turnover are always hungry.
Just look for the deepest water you can find in your area and work jigs or lindy rigs baited with minnows as slow as possible thru them.
Cliff

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T-water

Thanks-

How deep are you talking? I'm looking forward to leaving a good trip report.

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Cliff Wagenbach

Go as deep as you need to go to find active fish!
Big Bay has up to 76 feet of water in it!
Cliff

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