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ShannonH

good spots for walleyes near redwood

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hey everyone I'm trying to find some good spots for walleye near redwood falls since I'm new to the area...also whats good bait to use for catching walleyes? thanks a bunch!

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Try the creek mouths and also the rocky areas are good. I am not a pro by anymeans but get a few....gl

by boat or by shore?

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thanks...but I fish from shore since I don't have a boat

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I know of a few different spots up by GraniteFalls if that would help ya? cool.gif

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yea that would help I actually fished up there before but didn't catch much

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I know good spots about 1/2 hr south of redwood too.. my biggest eye came from a small river she weighed 10 lbs 5 oz grin.gif

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you could try asking permission from some landowners to get to the creek mouths. Also, fish the redwood river, lots of eyes get caught there. Down in the park is a great spot. Down by the power plant is also a great spot.

Good Luck!

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I did not know there were eyes in the redwood river..I fished maybe once or twice there...I'll have to try it again..thanks for the help everyone

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Email is in my profile.

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