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I just got back from a month in Austria and I am planning on coming up and fish Ottertail this weekend. Are they biting in the shallows on raps yet? What is best during the day. I was last up over the fourth and we only made it out once, but got 5 eyes (4 over 2.5lbs) in two hours trolling raps over the Saddle by Balmoral.

looking for some good news

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Sergeant Slabber

I fished out there last weekend over by Zorbaz's trolling between 10 and 15 feet and caught nothing but Rockers.

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Squid

The report for this past weekend is pretty much the same as the Sarge had to report for the previous weekend. I spent a good part of Saturday out fishing the first break from the Pelican Bay Access south about a mile. The net result was one eater walleye that had to have a death wish.
What I saw was clouds of bait fish that fish were chasing to the surface. With my polaroids I saw what appeared to be either small shiners or perhaps perch about 2" long. The seagulls were having their fill too. About sunset I dropped the camera down and saw more walleyes than perch, fish were going every which direction. Would they bite? Not a chance, it appears that the lake is full of well fed walleyes.
I trolled crankbaits until about 10:30 with only 3 rockies to show for my efforts. There was still a few boats left on the lake but from what I could see it wasn't a very productive night for anyone. With a full moon and stable conditions it should have been a productive night.

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