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Taking my son out on Koronis this weekend and we'll be targeting walleyes. Anyone out there finding them? I'd appreciate a nudge in the right direction. I know the lake is loaded with structure and would like to find a few fish.

I know posting specifics on a forum is a no-no.

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No eyes yet. But I really havenot been lookin 4 them. Lots of bass and pike (all c&r)

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Thanks for the reply.

Ended up catching a few small ones on the windy side. All too small to keep. If I'm catching rock bass like crazy, am I too shallow?

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We were out around the islands on Friday night, nothing but small walleyes and at least 50 decemt rock bass (it was action anyway) before dusk. At dusk we trolled the flats and managed to pick up 5 nice eyes between 10:00 - 12:30, probably missed another 10, and threw back 4 or 5 small eyes. #5 shad raps trolled between 6-8' were the bait of choice, but we did pop a couple on thundersticks. It was a beautiful night! I took the son of a friend of ours with, he caught his first eye at night, a fat 19". I wasn't paying attention and he let out probably 200' of line, it took him close to 10 minutes to get it in! I think he's hooked on night fishing now!

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  • 1 month later...

Was out on koronis yesterday and got 3 nice eyes and one smally off the rock pile on third island with a #5 fire tiger

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Any new reports looking to make a run maybe this weekend? Night cranks for eyes would be the target, action more than a meal would be important. Borch anything new to report?

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

The fishing is starting to pick up. Lots of floating weeds to deal with last night but we managed to get a few. Water temps varied from 73-76 degree. Water is still green.

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Weeds starting to lie down and die then? Looking forward to a run maybe Sat night. I will let you know if we do anything.

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

Made a quick trip out last night. Still pretty slow for us but conditions have improved. The water is clearing up and cooling down. We had from 60-64 degrees. Trophy fish for the night was a fat 14 1/2" crappie that hit a bomber long A. Still out there for someone to try and catch. laugh

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was out last night and did ok if someone can tell me how to put pics up here i will post them i got a fat 27" in front of the bridge off Hwy 55

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nice shots!

I have not been able to get out there at all this year. Man, there is alot of nice fish out there.

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Those fish all came from one of my shore spot on koronis it sucks that i dont have a boat but i get by. i will be back out their this weekend as long as i dont work so i will hopefully have some more pics to post.

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jeez what happened to all the big crappies haven't been able to get one as of this year from Koronis.... hows the walleyes been have they been cooperating? I hope these cold nights keep this temp going down need to start reeling in them eyes before ice starts!! sold all my ice gear had to give it up for school ahhaa.... or i'd be out on the ice all the time doh! but yeah any more info on the bite would be great!

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whent to koronis today trolling with bottom bouncers and fatheads caught a few small walleyes and limited on crappies in about 20' of water

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