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Anyone been out the last two nights? Any luck? Depths?

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I have friends going tonite and I am hitting it tomorrow (friday) hopefully the reports are good!

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The reports should be good as they have been up on the rocks for the past couple weeks.. It does not take a full moon to bring the walleyes to the rocks...

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Was out Tues nite and did fairly well. Watched bobbers go down in the moonlight in 3 to 5 fow. Caught about a dozen wall-do ( one just under 27" ) and keep five. Caught a few smallies and about a ka-jillion rock bass (google eyes). We never got around to trolling, but I heard they did ok too.

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    • ANYFISH2
      Good luck. Guys!
    • eyeguy 54
      I crossed over to the dark side of smallies about 15 years ago. Mostly chase pannies in winter but used to chase eyes a few times on the hard water each season.   I could post a ton of pics if you need more proof.  
    • leech~~
        Sorry to make you hold up a bottom feeder, but we needed to see it!
    • eyeguy 54
    • RoosterMan
      I was up over the weekend and my shoreline was getting pretty sketchy.  Had a pocket of open water down the shore about a 100 yards. Where I could see the bottom in two to three feet of water.  Walked out about a hundred yards and popped four holes Saturday afternoon. There was 17- 18.5"s of ice in those four holes. Looking at the forecast I can't see the ice sticking around too much longer.  The holes I popped had 5-6" of pretty mushy cloudy stuff on top and about 12"s of pretty solid stuff underneath it.