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Walleye Activity on Mille Lacs 5/30

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Hey there everybody well we had some up and down fishing this last weekend on mille Lacs but all ended well. Our launch at Hunter Winfield's went out both Sat. and Sun. night Sat. was a little tough with the insane winds out there but were able to keep a few. But on Sun. the bite was on the launch caught 16 keepers and 20 throw backs with alot of big fish, I also made it out that night and kept 9 with 8 throw backs. The fish can still be caught shallow but I recommend going deeper on the farther out reefs and gravel bars any where from 20-28ft with lindy's during the day and slips at night. Last night in 20ft on a guide trip we kept 7 with 7 throw backs using slips and leechs in two hours. Try otto's, graveyard, hennepin island, and sloppy's. If you need more info just email me at info@hunterwinfields.com

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