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Smitty

Heading to Big Pine Saturday with the family for our annual fishing vacation. Anyone with info as to how the Walleye bite is and what's working? No need to give up your "secret spot", just looking for general info.

Thanks in advance..

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WalleyeGod

You most likely heard or know this but, check with Genes Sport shop in Perham when
you get bait. Usually you can get the general info there.

Tight Lines,

WG

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Smitty

Thanks, I'll certainly check with the bait shop.

Oh, and I have my own spots. It does pay to retain the services of a good guide when you're new to a lake (Thanks Paul!!!).. :-)

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Guest

I would try leeches on a long leader on the deeper humps, or bottom bouncers/spinners/crawlers in the weeds. troll cranks in the evening/night.

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