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West end report

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Just got back from a week on the West end... All I heard for catching Walleye was "Lindy & crawler". Well, we tried variations on that (Lindy's, jigs, spinners, crawlers, minnows, leeches) without success. However, we caught several nice 'eyes on deep-diving Rapalas. Also, the night fishing was abyssmal.

Bass also were near impossible to remove from the water. Everyone was commenting that it was a slow week for fishing. It didn't help that a nasty storm washed through Tuesday night that killed the bite for 24 hours.

Good luck all!

Steve

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the fishing has been fine....and we do catch the bigger ones with cranks at times.....ive had probably five decent spots going........stay with a lindy and a crawler.......

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