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Jigging Bob

I was on South Turtle most of the weekend didn't do to bad but didn't do to good either. Fish were biting very slow. Almost all small snot rockets. Bite did come around some what at about 2:30 A.M. on Friday night but we were getting a bit full and tired to. Did get a 6LB northern Sunday.
Thinking about moving my house but I am not sure weather to go deeper or shallower. The week before they were biting in my house at 16'. Now hardly nothing is biting. Hate thinking I was on a good spot and moved off to a worse spot. Any suggestions would be helpful.

I was also out on North Turtle visiting a buddy they were catching a few Crappies. Not much size to them but still fun to catch something other than a 12" Northerns. Good luck

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Gissert

Jigging Bob -

I would not give up on your spot just yet. You are in a good area. When I used to have a perm shack, we would put it out on the mud in 30 feet or so, about half mile or so from the access on the main basin.

We caught some really nice walleyes, but it was usually one every other night or so.

The small northerns will be with us for a while. The high water has flooded a lot of grass, and they have great spawning.

I did not get out last weekend, but my neighbor was catching a lot of bass.

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Jigging Bob

Gissert, I think I will keep it there for a bit longer. I know another nice spot to try but it is way on the other side of the lake.
I would need to ask if I could walk across a guys yard. Don't really feel like driving all the way across the lake to get out there everytime. It is the guy that lives by that ditch or spillway that runs into the lake from 210 I think. He is the last house on the corner. Later and good luck landing the big one.
Do you know who this guy is by any chance?

Did you finish your sheet rocking project?

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Gissert

JIgging Bob -

Send me an email

worum_chuck@mesaba.com

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