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Staying on Ottertail this next week, wondering how the wallys are biten and what seems to be the ticket for presentation.

Are they hitten the cranks towards evening pretty good, and which colors seem to be good.

Are they hitten the cranks before dark.
Reason i ask is, I'm selling my boat and not bringing it with, but will probably rent one from the resort, and I'm not too sure if they have any lights, I'm pretty much doubting it.

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Spent a day out there last week. Monday fished from noon to 5. Sunny day not much wind not a time when a guy should be fishin for eyes. Had some luck tho. Fished the humps coming out of deep water and caught a few. Also had 4 on a island on the west end. (I think it is called big island)

Most of the eyes came off of redtail chubs with a Foam walker and a long spinner snell. I think they still sell walkers on this site. The bait shop in Perham still has redtails and be sure and pick up a map. A guy next to us was doing pretty well on cranks also.

Nite crank bite is good I hear still have yet to try it. Guys I talked to are using Rapala Shad raps #5 and some times #7. If I went to pick colors it would be- firetiger, silver black and walleye. Havent had much luck with the walleye colored one but it sure looked cool in the box. Good luck!!

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