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i am going to Woman lake at the end of the month and need some help finding walleyes. I have fished it before in the early season and haven't had much luck. Any ideas?

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Hi Joe, the clear water of woman lake can make it real difficult to find fish in the day time. The best thing to try is fishing during low light periods, the early morning and evening are good but the night bite is best.<P>In clear water walleye will suspend in<BR>deep water much of the day, trolling crankbaits or even spinners and a crawler are good ways to locate groups of suspended fish.<P>It is really important to watch your<BR>electronics and watch for fish off of<BR>structure, as they will stay near the area that they feed in the daytime, and then move up on the structure in the evening or at night. <P>Try the mouth of the channel that goes to boy lake, and the reefs on the east<BR>side of the lake. The last trip I had to woman lake we did real well casting<BR>cranks at night on the sand. Good luck!........ smile.gif <P>------------------<P><BR>Ace guide service.<BR>aceguide@webtv.net<BR><A HREF="http://www.aceguideservice.com" TARGET=_blank>www.aceguideservice.com</A><BR>1-888-ACE-0588<p>[This message has been edited by guideman (edited 05-21-2001).]

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Thanks Guideman, I will try your methods and see what I come up with. Last year I was there right when the Mayflies hatched and everywhere you looked, you could see the fish coming up to eat them on the water. iI made it tough, hopefully I won't be there at the same time this year.

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