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BWM

What is everyone catching? What is everyone using?

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Casey57

well i have only caught some snot gizzlers

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BWM

using what?

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Casey57

i was fishing for walleye but i caught them on crappie minnows

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dayton_1313

anybody been out lately? how are the roads off the public access on the west side? gonna be headin out toward the end of the week and thinking this is where i'm headed

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Ole Marble Eyes

Slow Slow Slow. Some snot rockets and one perch that thought he could eat a shiner bigger then him yesterday. No walleyes. They were down there but did not want to bite.

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dayton_1313

we were out about a week and a half ago and got 5 decent eyes and a couple rockets but never got a chance to get back out. hopefully they will pick up by thursday or friday

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mosquitoman

how is the ice for driving? has enough snow melted to get off of the plowed roads without too many problems?

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Brade4

I think the driving conditions are good enough. Drove by yesterday and saw a pickup coming off the ice.

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Ole Marble Eyes

Plowed roads are worse to drive on that the regular ice.

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Walleye Inn

I was out on sunday afternoon evening you can drive wheeever you want snow is gone ice was good caught 8 nice eyes shiner minnow and special red glow jig 20 ft. of water going to LOW this weekend wife caught a 30" last time I gotta top it .good luck on big C. TERRY

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mosquitoman

was out today a ways out from the West Access. very clean water.... could see the bottom and the 100's of 4" perch in 25 fow. caught about 30 of the tiny perch between two of us and then i got a 13.5" walleye around 2:30. two pike between 25-30" came through (could see them down the hole) but they just looked at our jigs and swam away. got my one walleye on a dead stick with a white frosty and fat head minnow (minnow was just big enough to survive the mini perch)

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    • gunner55
      Same here, our 1st color unit, 520 c(?), had that type of transducer(blue/5 pin) & it didn't last 1, maybe 2 seasons. We replaced it & the 2nd lasted much longer.
    • jkrash
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