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After a wonderful Winter in the Netherlands Tim and I got it up to LOW for some of the best Walleye we have ever seen for An opener. But we were wondering if anyone has any ideas why such active fish this early in the season?

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JZ,

Me and my buddies were up for the opener, and nailed um.

We found that soaking our jigs in a glass tube filled with

a secret smelly formula at night, added a scent that drove them wild. (sorry I can't tell you what the formula is.....

otherwise it wouldn't be a secret) grin.gif(lets just say it is all natural and everyone has access to it)

4 to 1 catch ratio for my buddies that used it verse the ones that didn't.

Happy fishing

BTU

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Was it Cider???????

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Hey BIG: Is it Beer??? That's all natural and it's available to everyone... LOL...Kaz laugh.gif

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Just got back from the Angle today and had some great fishing! The weather was so-so, we were caught out in a pretty big shower today but the fishing was as good as I have ever seen it. Our biggest was a 28" walleye CPR'd with many others thrown back as well. Fast fishing if you were in the right places.

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Frenzy,

The key words are" All the right places"

That is key on any fishing trip out with the boys.

Congrats on the 28 incher

We were out on Monday..boy was it blow'n..... I don't know how many we bagged under 10" a few in the 13 - 15 inch range.... I wish we could have found some bigger ones.

We forgot the Secret formula back at camp( I should say Bill forgot it back at camp) mad.gif I am sure that is why our sizes were so small.

Fish on!!!!

BTU

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We Just got back from the Angle. Talk about some blowing going on! Fished our way up to kenora on tuesday, and stayed over night with a freind of ours. Had a great time in kenora and fished back to angle. I would say it was poor at best. But it alway a great up there just getting some, R&R smirk.gif

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