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Hey i was just wondering what my best bet would be to catch some walleye's,I have cought all the sunfish crappies and northerns and even some bass but the lake am on doesn't have any eyes on it,so am thinking about going either to Battle,Stalker or Ottertail any one now what my best bet would be!!!Thank you in advance!!!

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Havin' Fun

Brett,
I would suggest Big Pine as a best bet. Look to any of the humps or bars out there. Also, I would search some of the shoreline structure as well. I had good luck out there this summer fishing shallow.

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Hey Thanks a lot the only thing is it sounds like every one and there grandma is catching them over there and i would rather let them catch em all then i don't feel bad that there is none left,But it sounds like the DNR is steping in to help they didn't step in to help the lake am on all the walleys are all fished out and they stoped stocking them in 92,and just this year some guy came up to me bragging that 4 to 5 years ago he cought like 200 walleyes in one season I wanted to but my foot up his you know what SORRY I had to vent!!!!

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beartoo

Big Pine has been slow since Thursday, not much going on. I'll probly try it again Wednesday.
Good Luck

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BarTender

Brett, last I heard was Stuart lake was hot for eye's.... I havent been up ther for a couple weeks though.

My dad lives on east battle and has been doing ok I got three around 18-20" over christmas, but havent been back to try it out. I'll most likely be up there next weekend. good luck.

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