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Little Stewie

Long Point Report 03/04

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Fished Sunday at Long Point in thirty feet of water. Between two of us we kept six walleyes and eight saugers. All the eyes were fourteen inches and up with the biggest being seventeen. The saugers ran pretty good also with five over fourteen with the biggest being sixteen and a half. Had something huge on that snapped my line.I got it half way up before it broke off. The best bite was between nine and two then a cold front along with some nasty wind came through. Most of the eyes came on chubs while the saugers hit both chubs and shiners. Hot lure for the day was again a glow white and pink rock and roll jig. All in all a good day of fishing.

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Little Stewey, you wouldn't be familiar with local that goes by the name of Bubba(believe it or not)??? Lives between Hallock and Kennedy.

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LS, thanks for the very good report, Long Point has been consistent all winter.

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Would that be Bubba Langen?

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