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MJAJ

Lake Miltona

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Was in a fishing touny. and won it with four
fish with a total weight of 16.625 lbs. We worked weed beds in 12 to 16 ft. Leeches,crawler,and worms. Then slip bobbered. GREAT LAKE.

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Congrat's...I'm heading up this weekend. Can you give me any information regarding your fishing location on the lake, time of day, etc?

Thanks in advance.

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MJAJ...was that the walleye tourny out of Wayne Johnson's?...

Nice fish for that lake and time of day!

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Northeast Outfitters
915 Hwy 29 N NE
Alexandria, MN 56308
(320) 763-9598

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Thanks guys. We were on the windy side of the lake that day, which was the west side. You will see Lucky Aces and just to the south of that is a big point. We worked 12 to 16 feet. To shallow we caught big sunnies and to deep we caught nothing. So hopefully this will help. NWO yes it was the touney at Waynes, I grew up in Parkers so Miltona was very close and a great lake.

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Thanks for the add information. My group went up last weekend June 13-14. We boated 23 walleyes in two days. Largest fish were a 28.5" (6lb spawned our female), and a 26". The both fish were released. We caught fish on slip bobbers, cranks, lindy's (leechs and crawlers), no real pattern.

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