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Jason Boser

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Grand Rapids Winnie fishing report

What a change the weather just keeps going from one extreme to another, the wind has been from every direction but the fish keep biting. I have been fishing Winnie most of this week and the fishing has been pretty decent for all the weather changes. I have been following the wind, wherever the wind is blowing into or across and I can fish it I have been and the fish are there. The west shore from stoney to ravens has fish, the shore by Farley creek has fish and the bay and the east shore has had fish. Most of the fish have been coming from 5-9 ft of water with a 1/8 or 1/16 oz fireball with a smaller shiner.

Good luck fishing

Jason Boser

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Your reports are always much appreciated Jason. How are water levels now?

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some lakes are nit good bowstring is bad

Jason

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lake temps?

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We were on Bowstring from the 19th-22nd. Tough fishing with the weather but we ended up with six walleye and 16 perch. Best luck was at the river mouth in 7-8 feet. We did get a couple out in the 20 foot range. Waves and wind were tough.

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