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BigBadOzzy

Leech Lake fishing tips

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BigBadOzzy

Family vacation time on Leech is here,staying in south end of Walker Bay Aug.12-19,I love to fish walleyes any advice or tips would be appreciated to help narrow down the choices on this big pond. Thank You

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rod-man

fish the humps with jigs and leeches

or any wind blown points the same way

lime green is the hot color

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MJCatfish

The report last week was that the bite was unusually shallow for the water temp being so warm. If there is an ample chop on the water, don't be afraid to pull some cranks at night.

MJ

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tucker52

BigBadOzzy...

I will be staying on Leech for the first time also starting the 17th -20th. The place I am staying at said the eye's were biting between Goose Island and the Hardwoods. I have never been to Leech so that is all I know..good luck and stay in touch..I run a 18ft full windshield Alumacraft..if you see me, although your chances at the Lotto might be better..ha.

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rod-man

head east s-east from big hardwood till you find the drop off and work that by drifting with jigs and shinners or fatheads

up or down it dont matter the fish will be there

walleyes,pike and perch use lime green fireballs @ stingers

also try between goose island and pine point same rigs

good luck guys

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tucker52

rod-man....thanks for the tip..what depths are we looking at? I hear alot of talk about crankbaits but I guess a guy has to be versatile...hope it works out always an adventure on a new lake...

thanks

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rod-man

the drop starts at 9ft and drops to15-17ft

the flat between goose and pine varies 6 to12-15ft

just find a good wind and drift

if the lake goes flat try the drops and humps on the north end of Walker bay

good luck and post how you do

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