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Fatty07

Honeymoon fishing.

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Going to be on gull for our honeymoon monday - thursday. Never been on the lake and just wondering how the walleys are biting. Won't be fishing real hard probably just a few afternoons when it warms up a bit. Any suggetsion on technic and location would be greatly appretiated. Will be coming out of cragun's and love to jig.

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We did fairly well this weekend on the north east side of the lake. Most of them were small however.

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We are starting to hear of a jig bite. It has been mostly Lindy Rigs so far but it is fall and that is when jigs can shine. Try jigging a fathead or rainbow chub in 14-22 feet. Weed points or the edges of sunken humps have been good. Just fish any structure that the wind is blowing into. Dress warm it is a bit colder this week. Good Luck and congratulations.

Jason Erlandson

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Fatty, I take it your requesting advice on "techniques and locations" FOR FISHING on your honeymoon, right?? According to my wife, thats all I'm qualified to offer publicly. Ha ha...

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