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Well,

This has been the second time this year and I have to say that we may have done better this week than on the opener week.

We filled out on our limit of slot walleyes and even were fortunate to have 2 walleye dinners.

The weather was fair to good most of the week and had most luck on 6 foot snelled spinners with yellow or red hooks tipped with minnows. Although Dusty had luck with crawlers and I will let him tell you more about the trip.

We fished mostly Kabby near Lost Bay. We tried to fish Namakan and I don't remember catching much of the Eyes but Dusty caught some nice smallies near Johnson Bay.

I was happy to be in "my slice of heaven" and will look forward to reading what Dusty will rate the trip.

Not to forget the wife but she really kicked but this year.

Tim

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Micamania eh, Interesting.
We found the fishing to be best on Kabby. The water temps were around 63 and we found the daytime bite to be best in around the 18-24 ft range. Minnows proved to be the best bait but we did catch a few on crawlers. The overall fishing was outstanding with slot fish easy to come by. Iam not sure how many total fish we caught and released but we used 24 doz minnows and 2 doz crawlers for the week.
We spent our last morning in Namakan fishing Smallies using top water pop r's and rapala poppers. We landed 12 fish up to 3.2 lbs.
For those of you still going, the water levels are up 1-2 ft with some floating logs and brush to watch out for.
Dan

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