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I kind of wandered off from my usual Brainerd fishing area and spent the day Saturday fishing Ottertail lake. Despite the strong SE wind and rain/mist my friend and I were able to boat some walleye. Fish were very scattered, anywhere from 52 feet to 14 feet. Caught them on shiners, crawlers, and sucker minnows.

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Thanks for the update Paul!
Those fall eyes on the tail can go deep at times , my record is 57 ft but that was in july. I usually work the edges of the big flats in 16 to 30 ft of water when I jig there this time of the year. When you find them piled up just keep pounding them and your done in no time! What was the biggest you caught? Paul

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The 3 largest were between 19 -20 " and all three came out of the 14 foot water. The deeper water gave up smaller fish.

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