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Big McDonald - Any recommendations?

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I plan on fishing Big McDonald in June. I fished it several years ago and didn't do very good. We ended up trailering somewhere else. Any recommendations on where to fish?
Is this considered a decent walleye lake? The DNR website shows a healthy walleye population, but maybe its a night bite...
thanks

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Paul Rohweller

Big Mac is a decent lake.
Theres alot of places for the fish to hide tho.
Do you have a good locator on your boat? If not that might be a good investment. If you are positive you were on fish but couldnt get them to bite maybe your presentation needs to be tweeked? Or the bite might have just been a little off, in which case you made a good decision by switching lakes. I fish little mcdonald alot but not until late june into july. What I like to fish in june are weedlines that have a medium taper off into deep water, sometimes the fish are scattered out all over the edge in which case I like to troll spinners or if you find them piled up in one spot I like to slow down and use lindy rigs or if its still early june, jigs.

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