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Well I was hoping to get some up to date info on the fishing on gull. I haven't fished there for almost a week. I had great fishing, but they were small. Imanaged a decent limit of 15-17' fish. I'm heading there on wenseday or thursday from southern minnesota. I'm hoping for some info on what to expect? Is the lake turned over? Whats the latest reports? ooo.gif

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It has turned over. 56 degrees today. Caught about 8 or 10, but most were small. One was 18 inches and was caught by an outdoor writer from Illinios who had never caught one before. We have caught a couple big ones with in the last few days (29 and 30.5). Redtails are working best. Tim Hanske who works with us caught the biggest one on Sunday and also caught a number of other nice fish (25 inches and down). The wind was cranking today which made things a little tougher.

Good luck,

Walleyedan

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Thanks dan for the update. Looks like I will be fishing on friday and saturday. I have a idea that fishing will be a little slower that in the past. Fun to see all the serious fisherman that are on gull. Any more info would be great. Dan if I ever see you at Ernies I will buy you a cold one. Our family cabin is down towards the end of squaw point. Later

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Echo, echo!! The bite is on!! You are coming up here when there are roosters to be had? I guess it is a toss-up. I was at Ernies today for a to go cheeseburger and onion rings, good stuff. I had a guy catch a 29.5 incher this a.m. and we also put back a 19.5, 22 and a 25. Good day. All were caught in 25-39 feet on redtails and creek chubs on a Lindy. I think you will have fun.

Take Care,

Walleyedan

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It's funny you would say that about the roosters. I have four days off of work and it will consist of roosters, bowhunting, and walleyes! What a great combination. My grandpa lives in sw Mn so we chased roosters on sunday and managed 3 of them. Maybe we could trade a pheasant hunt for a walleye trip sometime? I have some areas to walk that friends own. Maybe I will see you on the water, I usually have a yellow lab in the boat. Later

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