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Ice fishing Sat. the 15th

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We will be up Sat. with the atv. Where would our best chance be to get out on the ice and catch some eyes? any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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frog, A party of 6 of us were up to Long Point Tuesday, we filled out on walleye and were 5 sauger short of a limit on them. We went east about a mile in about 27-28 fow, used chubs, pink & white angle eye caught the most fish, weasels were good also. the resort has the landing sawdusted down so you should be good to go Saturday, which by the way is the last day for "eyes".

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Walleye & Sauger closes saturday the 14th

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Silly me I meant sat. the 14th. We will have to give it that last shot. Did you try in shallower towards evening?

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frog, We stayed in the same depth all day and quit at 7:30 P.M., they were still biting at that time, it wasn't fast, but steady. Goog Luck

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