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Sand Lake Report

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First post, long time reader.

Heading up for Labor day weekend and wondering how the Walleye and Crappie bite are on Sand lake? and if there is a certain colot that seems to work better.

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walleye have been spotty all year crappies are starting to go alittle on the deep stuff cribs and rocks walleye in the weeds has been the best with jig and minnow and a crawler on a lindy

Jason

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Yeah, it was tough this opener only 2 eyes, but we had enough jumbo perch to get through the weekend. Thanks for the info Jason and I'll let you know what happens over Labor day.

Lee

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The wife and I stayed at Campbell's Lodge the first week of June this year and did really great on the walleye's. It was our fist trip to Sand Lake, we put 57-eye's in the boat durring that week, we only fished the morning hours and the evening hours for walleyes, caught all of them in 9-13 FOW using rig's and then once you boated a few, we ancherd and slip bobbered them. Caught them all on leeches. Might be headed back next year.

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