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Big Split Hand

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Anyone been out on Big Split Hand? Just wondering how the walleye bite was and what the water level is like. Thanks.

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Nice, we were out last weekend and caught some fish. Walleyes seemed to relate to gravel/soft bottom transition in and around 15 ft. Our method was using lindy's with shiners and leeches. Picked up some bonus crappies and of course lots of slimers. Access was decent but not sure what the water level should be. smile.gif

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MJ,

Thanks for the info.....if I was going to fish t-rick. Headin' up north for the long weekend, looking forward to the rain and cold. Good luck at your game. Go Indians!

Nice

P.S Are you still using that Zebco 202?

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On opener the access was fine. I was worried with my deep boat but no problem. Seems like the water level was normal if not a bit higher than on past openers to my untrained eye.

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