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whitetail_freak

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fished in the permanent house saturday, sunday and today, caught 5 walleyes about 14-16 inches, and probably about 20 that were below 12 inches, kinda frustrating but the future is looking bright for the lake, did get into a really good panfish bite!! BIG sunnies and crappies really really fun!!

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Tippman

Were the panfish in the same spot as the eyes? How deep?

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whitetail_freak

no the pannies were just off of a really steep break in about 18 ft.

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Tippman

Well I just got back after fishing two nights in Walker bay. The first night was slow (but very high pressure) I caught just two walleyes but one was 23". Also and eight pound eelpout.

The next day I checked out Grandvu for perch but ended up just putting the camera down in a bunch of spots and not even fishing. In the afternoon headed to a different hump and there were perch and walleyes on the camera right away. Unfortunately the walleyes were from 3-10" only, but they were everywhere. Then from a little after four to 5:30 or so I caught 19 walleyes alone. One was 27" and he was suspended 10ft off the bottom. Otherwise most were from 10-14". Didn't matter what color or type of jig. Used shiners, rainbows, suckers, and even the mudminnows (or whatever they are that get mixed in with your bait) and everything worked equally.

In Walker bay the slush was all froze and you could drive anywhere with 4 wheel drive. This wasn't the case at Grand Vu, I got stuck pretty good in a slush pocket.

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swanbait

The humps in the bay have been good. Cedar Point is going well in the evening too. There is a road plowed from Cochran's Marina out to the point. Tippman is right about the small fish...there are a TON of them, like he said though, great outlook for the future. Kinda nice to have the lake back the way it used to be, better arguably. Looking forward to getting back out there soon!

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Gofishleech

There is a road from the marina out to cedar point??

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swanbait

Yeah, I have not seen it but I know a guy that has been fishing at cedar and getting there that way. Have heard it from a few others as well.

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