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Im going to leech this weekend. and was wondering if anyone was getting any walleyes any info would help thanks. josh

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Gofishleech

My last time out we had no wind so I fished the humps in Walker bay. We caught a dozen walleyes from 10 inches to 26 inches. We only had a few that were 15-16 inches. As a bonus we caught a 36inch northern that wieghed 12lbs. (fun!)<P>If the wind blows, west of Goose has been productive and the numbers are good. These fish can anywhere from the Island and west to Little hard wood. (A south wind is best.) Walleyes should strt showing up on the main lake points and off shore sand flats also.<BR>(All I have been useing is a jig and minnow)<P>Gofishleech<BR>Tom Wilson

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Thanks Tom, that will give me a good start.That goose island looks like its about 5- 10 feet are they in shallow? and do you know of a good spot to night fish. <BR>thanks again for getting back so soon<BR> (nice boat wish i was still looking)<P> Josh<p>[This message has been edited by sjogren (edited 08-30-2001).]

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dodge1

For night fishing, you might want to try trolling a #5 Shad Rap, in either the Crawdad or Shinner colors. The East side of Goose, the area between 1st and 2nd Duck Points and from Big Hardwood to Little Hardwood are all good choices.<P>Keep your depth between 8 to 10 feet and troll between 1.5 to 2 MPH. I normally start around 7PM and fish till about 11. <P>Early in the morning go to the area just off 1st Duck Point and get out to the 13-15 foot level. Troll a #7 Holographic Shinner Shad Rap or a #7 Crawdad Shad Rap. Start your trolling pass just south of the 1st Duck Point and head toward 2nd Duck Point. Don't go more then half way to the 2nd Point before turning around.<P>FYI. I've been using 10 pound test Fireline and a soft tip 9 foot rod lately. You can really feel the lure doing it's walleye dance and it's easy to tell when you've picked up a weed. <P>Have a good trip and let us know how it turned out.<P>

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Thanks dodge1, We fished fri all day and caught 4 about 15' to 19" nice walleyes in walker bay in about 20' tried trolling by goose island but there was no wind and I did not get anything. sat trolled by goose island and got 2 big walleyes 26" & 24" but no keepers had lots of fun. sat evening and sun we took the kids to pine lake to catch some sunfish and caught lots of bass and northern but no big sunfish. thanks for the help, I would'nt have knowen were to start without all your guys help thanks again <P> Josh

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jester

I caught some Walleyes off of Goose Island last weekend. There wasa nice wind coming in from the South and the Walleyes were surprisingly shallow, even during the day.<P>Saturday we caught a bunch of Walleyes out at Pine Point. By Sunday there was a ton of boats out there, but we saw very few fish caught. We went back to our spot by Goose Island and, again, we caught fish. Nothing big, though. the biggest was 21"....

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