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Hi,<BR>We had a group of 10 guys at Huddles Resort from May 20-May 25. <BR>The weather was pretty bad--cold, rainy and windy. But, we worked hard and caught fish. With the wind blowing from the North a lot we stayed close to the resort and caught plenty a walleyes in the 2 pound range around Pelican Island....we worked a little around Stony Point, too. <BR>The Fireball short shank hook and a shiner or a fathead worked for us.

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I just got back from a long weekend.We found the fishing kind of tough and slow, but we picked up some fish.The wind was out of the north east and blowing fairly strong.Most of the fish came from Pine Point only because that was near the resort.We also got brave and fished subamarine and Garys reef and found a better quality fish there(2 to 3lbs)We found a leech or crawler behind a long snell on a slowed drift worked best.Water temps were in the upper 50s.

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June 12, 2001 Leech Lake/Walker Bay<P> This past weekend was very hot and nothing but a slow bite... Two Duck Point had some people catching fish on Saturday but everyone was out of luck on Sunday morning. <BR> The Bass fishing tournament also was pretty rough on the pros... I think there may be some insect hatches and I am sure the mayflies are not too far away.. that will really kill the bite.

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