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Walleye_Guy

last weekend's fishing

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Walleye_Guy

Went to Zipple last weekend had a great mourning bite all the way till 1 the first fish right when we set up were really nice and had to throw a few back but stayed busy till 1 then just died where i was at how did everyone else do

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ratmn218

WE WERE UP AT ZIPPLE ALSO,FISHED OUT OF A SLEEPER. ARRIVED SUN NOON TILL TUES NOON. I THOUGHT FISHIN WAS SLOW, ONLY CAUGHT A FEW SAUGARS, MOST WERE WALLEYE ,4 GUYS BROUGHT HOME 15 TOTAL. IT WAS NICE TO GO WATCH VIKES AT BAR THOUGH!!

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Dry_Fly

Nice to here what I would call the truth fishing was slow for us also. We did catch some fish but none that I normally would have kept. 10-14 inch range kept enough 14 incheres so the three of us could eat on the ice is all. Turned all the rest loose. Had a good time and yes the game kept it interesting.

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mklem24

We were very similar last Saturday (1/8). We were out of Morris Pt - and the bite started pretty good around 9am -- and went fairly well until about noon or a little after, and then from noon till about 4pm we only had a couple more during that time frame. We ended up catching about 16 with a mix of Saug/Eye -- mostly smaller - with a few around 15 inches - but everything else less than that. We probably lost about 10 more --so action was good - but like you said - it went cold after noon.

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