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Late Fall Fishing

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Anyone still fishing Winnie this time of year. I'm going to be up in Deer River next week doing some deer hunting and would like to add in a little Walleye fishing. Any specific tips for this time of year? If not Winni, any other lakes preferred for late fall fishing? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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I was on Winnie 10-6 thru 10-9 every thing we caught was very shallow, 3-6 ft of water. On Sat the 7th we were catching perch and walleyes with a jig and minnow over the side of the boat in 3 ft of water. We could see the fish as we caught them. The rest of the time we trolled crank baits. It was a fun weekend as long as you stayed out of the wind.

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cutfoot can also be real good in the late fall especaily when the wind is blowing

jason

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Hey Jason I might be up there on this coming Monday. If the wind is from the north, where would you wet a line on Cutfoot? If it's not snowing to bad I would like to try "onemoretime: grin.gif

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one other question: what type of minows are recommended on Winni/Cutfoot this time of year? Fatheads, shiners, redtails? Can you find redtails up there? Thanks.

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We couldn't find redtails when we were up. We used fatheads and did ok, but we did our best trolling crankbaits.

Next year I plan to make a minnow transporter out of an old cooler and an aireator and bring my own minnows.

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