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TroutSmoker

Anyone fish centerville yet?????

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TroutSmoker    0
TroutSmoker

any walleye bite on centerville??

if so how deep

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FishingRebel    0
FishingRebel

I tried fishing Centerville for walleyes.. But I got nothing! Not even one walleye bite.. Ive fished this lake for 3 years and still cant seem to catch any eyes on it...

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bassfisher    0
bassfisher

the stocking reports are huge on walleyes in both these lakes next to each other. your not the only one who has a hard time trying to catch walleyes out there. wierd...

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RonZych

Early in the year I have caught them in the past on the beach side of the lake. Trolling with a rapala or lindy rig with or without a spinner. Live bait. It is best in the evening or early morning.

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walleyefisher0990    0
walleyefisher0990

another way that we have caught them out on centerville is to find the weedlines in about 10-12 feet and slip bobber fish for them with leeches. Once in a while you can get into them pretty good

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FishingRebel

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another way that we have caught them out on centerville is to find the weedlines in about 10-12 feet and slip bobber fish for them with leeches. Once in a while you can get into them pretty good


I think them sunfishes would tear those leeches apart.

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walleyefisher0990    0
walleyefisher0990

haha, yeah they do most of the time, but hey ill take a few sunfish for a shot at some walleyes!

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conz39

Fish the area around the pump house, lots of rocks there, use leeches on the bottom or cast shallow rapalas ( perch pattern), good luck.

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