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Ridgerunner

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I could use some help. I have been out at lease a dozen weekends this year and the pickens have been slim. I have my father-in law coming up this weekend and would like to catch more than bullheads, sheephead, and sunnies. I have followed most of the trends to the best of my ability (which I am sure is the problem) but have yet to boat a keeper walleye this year. I realize my time on the water is part to blame but I have had a difficult time this year catching anything over 15". I am usually a live bait fisherman and have cast and trolled artificials more than ever due to previous posts. What is anyone doing at the present on Tetonka? I will give is my best the next two weekends. Thanks for your support. I enjoy reading eveyone's information.

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