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Tips for this weekend

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We will be up this weekend, and are looking for some tips on the walleyes. Depths, bait, that kind of stuff.

Fishmeister stopped in last time we were up and had a breakfast burrito, very tasty! grin.gif

Tearin' Lips stopped in and grabbed some bait, we will be in there on friday morning about 11 or so maybe we can get some info if you are around.

Thanks for the info!!

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HI T.C.,

APPRECIATE THE COMMENTS & YOUR STOPPING. AS FOR THE WALLYGATORS., TRY FISHING 30 TO 40 FEET, I HAVE DONE VERY WELL ON A JIG & A MINNOW. CRAPPIES ARE IN 30 FOOT(PLACES I HAVE FISHED) AND I HAVE DONE THE BEST ON A JIG A MINNOW, BUT ALSO WOULD TRY THE NEW SLUPPIES. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS, JUST ASK.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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