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My brother-in-law pounded the walleyes/saugers last night under the bridges in Prescott. Jigs/fatheads were the ticket. Only two were less than 15". He caught about 16 fish total - and they're all still swimming. God I wish I was there! JC

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Went down to Prescott yesterday. Didn't do as well as sunday probably because the weather was nicer. Still caught about a dozen 13-14.5" walleyes and one that was 10". The bottom rig with crawler caught one 16.5" keeper and about every redhorse sucker and carp in the river. All the other fish were caught on a 1" green curltail. Still had plenty of fun.

Good luck

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J. Carel
Tell your brother in-law, "Way to go on the releases!"

Thanks,
EBass

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Went to Prescott saturday morning, caught most of the fish between 5:45a.m.-7:00a.m.. As soon as the sun got high they really shut down. Again most of the fish were 13"-14.5" but funny thing is the two keepers I caught were saugers, one 15.5" and the other 19". Still fun to catch that many fish. Most were caught on a 3" power grub and 1/4oz jighead.

Good luck

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Yesterday fished under the bridges and near Kinnickinnic mouth. Jig/fatheads. kept some real nice saugers. Also caught many white bass/ sheep-heads. great day to be on the river. most were caught on the stinger hook.

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