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What's working on Ottertail ?

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I'm headed to Ottertail for the long weekend, Can anyone please tell me what's working and where ?

Are the crappies still in Walker ?

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three words "Minnows 14 feet" As far as Walker...Do they move ? they are always there you just have to know where to look...Happy Hunting. ,)

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deacon

I agree it is still a minnow bite, my best luck has been a jig and minnow combo. Man the lake is huge, good luck. The fish are there just keep moving until you find'em. Remember we have now had a strong South Wind to two days, try the Northern Shorelines.

As far as Walker for crappies the fish are in the reeds you just need to do a little searching, please practice catch and release they are making their beds.

Good Luck.

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The weekend was good. The early morning (5:30 - 8:00) was busy. The day bit was slow, but picked up as the sun dropped.
Lots of throw-backers (12 - 14 inchers).

The wind blew sand in and we could get back to Walker from Ottertail. I'm sure next weekend will be primetime crappie bite.

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I had my best luck on Ottertail this past weekend between 8:00am to 9:30am. Shiners on rigs and the most fish on spinners. Had no problems catching limits in 20' of water with most fish in the 15"-17" range.

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