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Is it to early to try cranking the shore line for some Walleyes ? Or should I work the weed edges with jigs ?

And a secondary question, what is the name of the Golf course? The one near Rat lake and is it very busy during weekday mornings ?

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You'll want to get in the cabbage just off of the grass line on the west side or work the reed islands.

Just find 10 FOW and work those areas on the west or north end. Just down past the willow from the access is a great spot too.

Way over to the east works as well.

I'll be out there around 9.

Being it's such a stained lake it has a better day bite.

Look for mallard & myself.

We will be trolling.

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Can't say about the 'Eyes. I have a cabin next door on Round so don't fish Squag much. The golf course is no longer named Savanna and is now named Minnesota National. I haven't played it in a while but it's now 18 holes with another nine due to open this summer I think.

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Is it to early to try cranking the shore line for some Walleyes ? Or should I work the weed edges with jigs ?

And a secondary question, what is the name of the Golf course? The one near Rat lake and is it very busy during weekday mornings ?


no,its not very busy weekday mornings and yes it's called Mn. National.

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