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Bobber Fishing for EYES

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I will be up ther ethe week of June 10. I want to show my daughter a good time catching walleyes and she really only wants to bobber fish. I slip bobber all the time around structure on other lakes . Where should I try on red ? I usually put in at Wakish. Thanks for the help.

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If you just go out to 5-7 feet of water off the last sandbar any place around the mouth area or out of Westwinds float a simple hook and split shot rig a foot of the bottom and you will catch fish. Just keep hoopping around until you get into a good pocket of them or bump into a couple bonus crappies.

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How has the bite been lately Jonny? Keepin busy guiding?

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