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Sand Point Success

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August 5th: day trip into Sand Point's Grassy Bay produced 24 walleyes. 2 under the slot, 8 in the slot (great shore lunch in Grassy Bay), and 14 over the slot with the biggest fish 25". Weather was perfect. A strong south wind of 15-20 and walleyes in 18-24 feet of water. Leech and bare hook did the trick. Some caught on worms too. Also mixed in some smallies in the upper teens. Good fishing to all! (this is my first post on the forum, thanks to all for the good fishing stories leading up to our trip)

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I think I saw you there. Were you the boat with the six Hmong people in it? Those weren't walleye, they were perch!!

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um.........I'd like to see a 25inch perch!

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Double Dog,

Hmmmm... not amusing. Your first post in 18 months and you're taking a shot at somebody? Do all a favor and go back to lurk mode.

Stizo

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Correction...15 months.

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Sorry, inside joke.

Didn't mean to offend you Stizo.

And no, I wasn't serious about the perch comment either.

Thanks, I will go back into lurk mode now.

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