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Agate Reef Area

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Curious about the perch/walleye bite out of the agate reef area over the last week or so. Did quite well 1 and a half miles out of agate bay earlier this year on the perch and walleye, but haven't been up there for 4 weeks. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Not looking for GPS coords, just whatever report someone may have. I would guess the perch will be out a bit farther now and set up on 25-30 FOW. Walleyes? Who knows right now... Thanks for any info..

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My understanding is that the bite has been off and spotty at best around the whole lake. Fished 3 mile last Sat and only came up with 1 15 incher and 1 missed bite. Did talk to a guy leaving his perm and said they did pretty good the wknd before when we got that really cold blast. I'm thinking anyone thats saying that their killing them up there right now are talkin some smack..just my 2 cents. I'll be up chasing Jumbos in March.

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