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Milkdud

North East Section of Winnie

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Can anyone give me some good starting locations in the north east part of lake winnie? I have only been to winnie a couple times and I am not familiar with the north east side. I will be staying at the Pines resort and Campground. Any info would be great!

Thanks!

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they have been cathing fish around bowens flats and tamarck point with shads trolling or even jig and minnow has been doing ok. the walleyes have been tough around the whole lake for awhile here try the east shore from tamarck to high banks thats has been ok too

Jason

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Thanks Jason for the input. We did ok fishing in front of High Banks in about 6-8 feet of water pulling spinners during the day and shad raps at night. we caught 7 or 8 walleyes in the slot and about 5 that we kept under 17 inches. Biggest was 23 inches.

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