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tanglemaster

i know we caught some walleyes this winter but i was just checking if anyone has tried it yet i am thinking about going there or out to gorman this weekend

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Muddog

Go to Gorman!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 12 to 15" eye. I just got back.Mmmm Mmmmm Mmmmm tasty. 3 Noutherns 20-23" and around 15 Eyes. 4 Eyes came home with me and are sitting on my plate. Ooops no more Eyes. 7 FOW all fish were cought going INTO the wind. If your a drifter Good luck!

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WalleyeSpinner

Go to Gorman if you want small eyes most are 12" or less thats if you are able to keep the sheeps and dog fish off mad.gif We have had better luck on German and Jefferson. I'd try one of those before Gorman.

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fishingboy2008

my best advice for u is goto one of those other lakes other then scotch. i have heard people catching a few eyes out there but nohting to brag about. all the eyes in scotch are slimers so if u want to take the time and fish them then go for it... u would be better off trying some other area lakes before scotch

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Bassboy1645

Ill let you in on a little secret...Scotch has always been good to great. Only a handful of locals have fished it and it gets phenomonal on a boom bust cycle about every 3 to 4 yrs. Its just this yr someone opened their mouth. Scotch is just down the road a couple miles but i was never a fan of it. the launch sucks and theres bigger and better walleye fishing to be had on other lakes in my opinion. Namely madison and washington. im a madison guy if you can tell grin.gif

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