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ernie21e

Has anyone had much luck targeting them. I mainly fish washington, but am open to suggestions and or just suggestions on maybee what to try to target them a little better.

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Team Otter

Has anyone had much luck targeting them. I mainly fish washington, but am open to suggestions and or just suggestions on maybee what to try to target them a little better.

Fire me an e-mail.

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travisleib

I am in the same boat all i seem to catch is crappies on Washington.

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7outof10

here is my tip of the day for wash most people fish to deep for the walleyes

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ernie21e

I have been in 13 ft all winter, almost.

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Jesse Drummer

I am in the same boat all i seem to catch is crappies on Washington.

what no sheepies? lol

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Team Otter

here is my tip of the day for wash most people fish to deep for the walleyes

No kidding?

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gunderson21

only time I have seen walleyes in wash is around second or third!!

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Team Otter

only time I have seen walleyes in wash is around second or third!!

Some of the best spots on that lake for walleyes never get touched in the winter. Maybe I should start fishing there again...

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harvey lee

The eyes on Washington are few and far between. I have personally seen some real hogs but not very few of the eater varity.

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BK19

I am in the same boat all i seem to catch is crappies on Washington.

hmmm i cant even do that frown

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Scott K

Me either cry

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travisleib

No Madison is where i seem to find the sheepies

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