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Smitty

My folks are heading up to Star Lake Saturday for a week. Any insight as to the walleye bite recently would be appreciated. Also, are the crappies still going by this time or getting a little tougher?

Thanks in advance,

Smitty

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Paul Rohweller

If star is like the rest of the bigger area lakes, your folks are going to have a ball!! Walleye bite has been good. Last trip out for me it was still a spottail shiner bite but crawlers and leeches were starting to catch a few, best depths to start looking are from 17 to 23 ft, outside weedlines and offshore bars. Crapps are still in the mood to bite, daytime right in the weeds, twilight in the shallows..Wish them luck!! Paul

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Paul Rohweller
Pine to Prairie Guide Service
218-962-3387
N.P.A.A. 425
http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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Smitty

Thanks Paul.. I'll give him the good news (makes me want to drive up there for a couple days myself!!!)..

You know dad, pretty hard to get him to put down those darn crankbaits but I'll try!!! LOL

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Paul Rohweller

Ya hes just the opposite of my dad, had a really hard time getting him to go to a lake without bait. 55 years of doing the same thing over and over must have finally become repititious.lolol Paul

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Pine to Prairie Guide Service
218-962-3387
N.P.A.A. 425
http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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