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LakeTahoe

Gull Lake Report

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Was on Gull Saturday, and fishing was nothing short of phenomenal... We had not been on Gull since June. The morning started out a little slow picking one 15in walleye up on the north end of grassy point. We then moved to a "mid lake hump" where we (3 guys) picked up about 15 more walleyes, all but 3 were over 15in. Then moved to another smaller hump, picked up 2-17inchers. Then decided to fish a shoreline that the wind was blowing into. Then that's when the action really heated up. We proceeded to catch walleye after walleye. We basically stopped counting, but I would estimate we caught another 20-25 walleyes. Nothing over 20in, but most were 15-17inchers. We fully support catch and release, but we did keep a limit this time. I will just say we didn't use redtail chubs, and alot of them (not all) came very shallow (8ft) and about a third were caught on Gulp and miscellaneous other plastics.

See ya up there in the fall and GOOD LUCK! Oh, lots of bonus bass to.

LT

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Great Report! Glad you guys got into them. Those windblown shorelines have been great this summer. The bite on Redtails has been the most consistent, but you are right they will bite on other things. Nightcrawlers have worked pretty good the last couple of weeks too. Starting to feel a little more like fall hopefully the bite just keeps on going.

Jason Erlandson

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