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yar 32

coming up for the long weekend just wondreing whats biting for panfish or walleyes. any info would be appreciated thanks

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norm

i don't know how the panfish have been biting but the wallyes are few and far between. we've been catching a few but have had to work for them. best of luck!

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Eye Finder

Going up to Rush Lake late June. We have been going up there for about 2 years now last year didn't do too bad, lots of pan fish and fair walleye and plenty northerns. Like to fish eyes at night but resort owner told us night bite on Rush isn't good, any truth to that? Went to Osakis for several years and did very well at night why wouldn't Rush be good at night...Ideas?

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jimlovestrout

I fished rush this weekend. Did fine for sunnies on the east end 5 1/2 to 9 1/2 in long, lots of bulls, did ok on walleyes saturday night (3 for eating) all around 18in sunfish on wax worns and shiners for the walleye (horse shoe west side)

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Best of luck jim

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Patio

We also had good panfishing this past weekend. Saturday evening was a blast for a bunch of kids we had up to the cabin. Found fish on the weed edge in 8-13ft. Lots of gills and all full of eggs. These hadn't spawned I'm guessing, because the water temps were still low at ~63 degrees. No gill beds were seen in the shallows Saturday morning. Lots of crappies with the gills. One walleye and two northern as a bonus. Everything was released after some pics. Never got a chance to fish myself. My no-kids fishing weekend is coming up soon!
Hope everyones summer is going well

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