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Borch

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We're coming up on a great time to catch walleyes, pike and bass from shore here in the St. Cloud area real soon. In the next few weeks the frog run should be cranking up. This always bring hungry predators to the shoreline. You'll be able to find walleyes in very shallow water(especially at night) this time of year.

Any plans on getting out to cast some cranks or jigs?

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Cranks! grin.gif

Also, for all you crank finatics. Don't be afraid to try some Swim Shad baits. Berkley Freshwater Power Pogy's or Storm Wildeye Swim Shads have proven to be very effective Walleye baits for me.

Good luck,

Corey Bechtold

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