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So, what are the best bets for the average angler this weekend? I've not been out for a week or so, but the last time I was, walleyes were in about 12-15 feet of water on Rice and Koronis, but without much size from either lake. Have the walleye moved deeper by now? Any insight or recommendations would be great.
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Fitchwolf- If the wind picks up like it is supposed to the best place will be inside by the fireplace. But, if you do want to brave the conditions I would recommend heading East a little and giving the Horseshoe Chain a try. They are driving on now and the fish are really biting.ScottS

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I would like to restate the above question for this coming weekend. I have a brother coming into town from Texas, and he wants to get out. Has the weather slowed things down? What time of day? Any info. is appreciated. Thanks.

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jpwags- If I wanted to catch fish I would go to Rice or Cedar Island lakes. The crappies have been biting on both lakes pretty well. If you fish Cedar Island, where I have been fishing the whole year, I would recommend being set up by 4 PM. The bite has been earlier this year and the action has been fast. I have been catching between 20-40 crappies a nite, just enjoying the action. You can not miss the spot, look for all the houses. There is a good access off HWY 22. I have been fishing in about 23 ft of water. The walleye had been biting pretty good but have slowed considerably as of late. Good luck.ScottS

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rice lake- good crappie bite in the evening in around 23ft of water. not huge but nice. good action from 5-?. still getting bites at 9. where are the walleyes at? caught a couple in schaumann's bay early real shallow water. 6-8ft. tried the point with little success. what about the crappie bed across from fisher's? any info would be cool. good luck!

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Mac-1 been fishing in the crappie bed in front of fishers for crappies. The bite has been slow their on the vexilar in 26 to 32 feet 3 to 6 feet off the bottom the fish being caught are really nice. Walleyes seem to be on one night and off the next, stick to it though and find a spot to yourself in 15 to 17 foot best bite has been 4 to 6 oclock pm.


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