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Gull Lake Walleye

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My wife and I are looking to fish Gull Sunday the 3rd, I have only fished this lake once and that was early this spring, I dont know it very well and was wondering if anyone had any tips on where to fish, I have a good map but i am at a loss as where to fish, I will be landing from the gov. landing. Any info would be great.( also prefer to fish with slip bobbers, wife never trolled before? You could e-mail me if you prefer(strongdog13@yahoo.com) Thanks Again Scott

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Slip bobbers will work jus fine, especially if you fish in the evenings. Try fishing the tips of points or sunken humps. The south end of the lake has numerous spots that hold fish. Just get a good lake map and you will be set. Leeches or redtails are the ticket. Good Luck.

Jason Erlandson

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Thanks Jason

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