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tcmarathon

Colors and Presentation

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Me and some buddies are going to be up on Cass for the first time during the first week in June to go after Mr. Walleye. Are there any colors or presentations that work best for that time of year? I know conditions can change and are somewhat dependent on the weather (sunny, overcast) but are there any techniques that work better than others on the lake?

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That time of year a blue and white jig with a shinner on will get you allot of walleyes. Should be fairly shallow yet.

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White/glow max-gap w/Brass rattle. I have had good luck with them in past years, and will let you know how they work this year...

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No lindy rigs or a spinner and crawler harness? How is the night and bobber fishing that time of year?

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