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dr1818

rush in mid sept

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heading to rush mid sept. any pointers on finding walleye, muskie, or panfish that time of year? am i going at the wrong time of year? how deep are the fish on rush at that time?

thanks ahead for any info

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Just got back from Rush last Sunday. No walleye caught at all on Rush. Caught a few on Ottertail. Caught 4 or 5 small norhtern and 8 or 9 nice crappie on Rush for the week. All were caught in 8 to 12 feet of water on the weed edges. From what I understand the sunnies are always good around the rushes. Caught no fish in midday. Also was shocked to catch about a 3# bullhead and a couple of rock bass. Hope that helps

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