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winterse

Fishing Report 9/27-10/1

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I just returned from Woody's. I had a great trip. My stay at Woody's was great as always and the info that I got from Fishmeister and from Doug at Rainy Lake One Stop was helpful.

We caught a bunch of walleyes. Our largest fish was 27.25" but we had a 26 several 25's and bunch of fish between 18 and 23. We came hoem with our limit of eaters and a fish dinner one night on top of that.

We experienced the best fishing on the west end of Sand Bay on a 10-12' rock flat pulling cranks although I heard several reports that fish were snapping on lindys in 30-50' of water near Dryweed Island.

If any one is thinking about hitting up Rainy now is the time. The big eyes are really starting to feed and they are FAT.

winterse

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winter,

Congrats on the nice fish. You are making me anxious to get back up home this weekend!!

Take Care!

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Thanks Tearin'lips.

I wish that I would be able to get out on Rainy for another couple days this fall. I love tying into those huge walleyes.

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