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Big_Dog

Anyone fishing walleye's north of Sartell dam???

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Big_Dog

Wanted to know if anyone was having luck on walleye's north of the Sartell dam. Was out on Thursday evening and I found 2 small fish in about a 1 1/2 hours. laugh.gif

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Shack

A couple of buddies said the bite is on for walleyes south of St. Cloud dam to Anoka! Pike are biting also!

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Stick in Mud

Shackbash is right--the slimers are going bonkers now. I lost four lures yesterday to the demons before the rain started--all in about 45 minutes! And the walleyes are so-so for me below the Sartell dam, but they should pick up when this weather starts getting cold.

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Big_Dog

Were you fishing in a river pro? Saw one below Sartell dam.

They sure look like the ticket.

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Shack

My brother in-law the other night was fishing around ER for smallies and caught a dinky 1lber. While reeling up to shore, had a large "large" pike ram the fish hard.

They are on loose looking for food right now!

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Royce Aardahl

Dirtydog and I were out there in his RP Saturday afternoon.

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Keith_MN

Caught two walleyes downstream of the Sartell dam on Sunday. Both were incidental fish caught on tubes as I was out chasing smallies. The first one was a 15"er and the second was a nice 22"er. Both were released for someone else to catch.

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Royce Aardahl

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Caught two walleyes downstream of the Sartell dam on Sunday. Both were incidental fish caught on tubes as I was out chasing smallies. The first one was a 15"er and the second was a nice 22"er. Both were released for someone else to catch.


Next time drop them off at my house Keith! grin.gif

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Keith_MN

EyeGuy,

I would love to catch 2 or 3 of those 15 - 16 "ers for a meal myself. But a 22"er out of the river?? I don't think so. tongue.gifgrin.gif

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