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Walleyes are hot on Buffalo

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Three of us were out on Friday night pulling deep diving rapalas and limited out between 7 and 9:30. Must have been the weather that turned 'em on or something but it was awesome. 23' of water running 2mph. Didn't matter what color we used.

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14"-18" We had a great fish fry Saturday night!

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good report, I have been looking for a place the wife and I can go for a couple of days in the middle of the week, where is Buffalo located? we live in N. central Iowa.

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Buffalo is about 45 minutes west of Mpls on highway 55. There isn't a resort but it might be a decent midweek destination, lots of lakes in the area.

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