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its easter morning and some of the guys snuck out of the house before the bunny got up.im happy to say the bite is picking up.the guys doing the best are are fishing the wisconson side of the dam.ikes hair jigs tipped with a fat head minnow and ring worms pitched in the 7-10ft. of water seems to be working well.the water temp on sat was about 39 deg.still to cold for the walleyes to spawn but its comming soon.ill try to keep you updated.good luck. ike

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Hey there Ike, keep the reports coming, I'm getting my boat out of storage next weekend, and I'll be itchin' to get out. I've read and heard plenty about the fishing down there, but have yet to experience it, but I believe its going to happen ....soon!!! I'll be looking for your reports!! And thank you for doing so!!!, The Bumble

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