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kenny8869

winnie hot spots?

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just wondering if anyone had some idea where to start on winnie I was thinking maybe off of stony point but not sure what depth and such or if anyone had a better idea where to start? bringing my son out tryin to get him to catch his first eye!!!

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high banks area has been good, stoney is good with the right wind north shore all are decent right now

Jason

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we started just east of stoney point in about 9 feet of water and drifted the north edge following the bottom of the break with good success. jig and minnow combos

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I see that the winds will be out of the north/northeast this weekend. Any ideas of where to start would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Jason,

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tamarck rock pile high banks shore

Jason

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Hey Jason were you out on the north side this week on Monday and Tuesday? I saw a guide with a Lund and a 200 hp Merc out on Monday. Quite the wind on Monday and Tuesday. Just wanted to know if that was you, if not do you know who it might have been?

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no I was at work it was probably tom neuwstrom another of the mnfishingpros

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