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This is more of survey I guess. I am about to head out to a metro lake that was producing walleye prior to the 2 recent cold fronts. The fish were located on the South shore in 10 - 12 ft just off the weeds in the low light hours of sunrise & sunset w 1/4 oz jigs tipped w/fatheads. Considering the wind has been pushing to the South West corner strong for a few days, I was going to start there this morning. The bite has been limited to an hour or so. It was like someone flipped a switch, so it's best not to be moving aroung too much in that hour in fear of missing critical time through the good bite.

What would everyone else do considering the changes in water temp & the recent cold fronts? I am about to head out for the morning bite and will post how I did, but I would be interested to hear what everyone else would do under the same conditions.


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