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Kandodad

Need Fishing Report and Info

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A group of friends and I are heading to LOW this weekend and are planning to stop and fish on URL. Can some one give me a fishing update on URL... How's the bite? What time of the day is best? What's the best presentation (jigging, bobber, etc.) What are some of the hot jigs/spoons, etc.

Thanks in advance for your help!!

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We just got back sunday night.We went out of Waskish and stayed three days in sleeper houses.The crappie bite was pretty slow,but we did manage to land a dozen of fish over 13 inches, the biggest being 14.5 inches.We were about 5 miles out on the lake away from the crowd.The good news is the action was nonstop for three days with other fish.We landed northern after northern with our crappie poles. Every person in our group of six caught at least one northern over 35 inches.We caught 10 over 10 pounds,with many between 4-8 pounds.Also the walleye were very cooporative.They seemed to hit all day long,and into the evening.Even though you can not keep them,they provided alot of fun.We also caught over 200 perch of all sizes.Needless to say we had a ball.We were fishing in 14 feet over what looked to be an area that had had weeds in the summer.I used just a plain hook and small minnows,and some of our group were using variuos jigs,and spoons and it didnt seem to matter.The crappie we did catch were caught about 8-8:30 in the evening.If you want some real fun take a tip up,and some big shiners.My buddy almost lost a finger from a 20 pound plus fish that broke our 20 lb test tip up line.All in all it was a blast.

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