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Late season bite

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JigginIsLife

I think were heading up this way in a while..when does walleye season close for LOW?? How is the extreme late season bite here, any bays produce better than others?? was up earlier this year and hit pretty heavy about 30 or so eyes ans sauger so that was pretty good, but where do most fish late season??

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Boar

I have plans for for late season as well, especially in to april, the season closes I think april 13th, so I will try to be out there till then as long as the ice holds, an targeting pike during the day an kowallskies in shallow during evening an it dont get any better than south shore all the way from springsteel to pine Island, for pike I like springsteel, twin island, an zipple, walleyes in shallow, long point an pine island. The reefs out of Arnesons can be awsome too. Later boar

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thanks a bunch boar, like i said been up there once, and that was outta zipple, going again with a buch of guys who have never been up there so i dont know how well that will go, i think were staying at sportsmans lodge...they have a nice bar...

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mnhunter 3815

im always at zipple from start till the last day of walleye fishing.late ise is an awesome time at zipple bay.last yr on the last of walleye fishing we tried by the river then we tried some reefs and nothin.then we went to zipple bay and we were the only 1's there is was great.we only had to fish with 1 rod,thats how good the bite was.i know where im going again on the last day.

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