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Newbie to Green with a couple questions.


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My neighbor and I are heading to Green sometime in the next week or two (work load permitting). Neither of us has ever been there and we need a bit of direction...

- Best launching site for access to walleye waters.

- We're both walleye guys, where are they hiding this time of year, structure wise.

- Any presentation better than others this time of year? I'm not too hip on soaking bait as I'm more of a troller. Any suggestions?

Any tips or tricks you'd like to contribute I'd really appreciate it. Not looking for spots on spots... Just enough to get us started.

Thanks...

(PM's welcomed...)

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Wow... 127 views and no responses?

Okay... Let's make this easier...

Where is the best place on the lake to launch my 18' boat? I don't mind spending a few bucks for a easy, launch site.

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Best place to launch is either in the town of Spicer. But even better is at the camp grounds on the ne corner of the lake. Great cleaning area and easy double sided ramp with cement and tared parking. We were just out there last evening before the storm and we found fish in shallower water with deep water real close. They are feeding on perch and crawfish. We brought home six from 15 to 19 inches and missed a ton more. The lake was empty besdies the bass trouney earlier in the day. Pulled blades with leech or crawler and did well. Wish we could have been out on the main lake in deeper water. If wind is brutal trailor up and go to calm side and launch!!! Good luck . It seems like all around the state we go fishing is getting better as the season becomes later into the summer which is a polar opposite historically!!!

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I'm with MinnetonkaMan on the NE side campground access. Just make sure you keep your truck locked and any thing of value put away. I was hit there 2-3 yrs ago and my bro got his window smashed out last spring frown.

There are some nice humps close to that access that always seem to produce. One comunity spot you could check is the long underwater point just west of the camp ground access, look for the bouy's.

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With all the wind lately and Green being the big bowl that it is, launch out of whatever access offers the best protection. There really has not been a lot of pressure on this lake recently and usually all are open. As far as where the walleyes are...look back at the previous thread as not much has really changed since then. Green is usually slow to start and now is as good time as any to get out there. Use your electronics and check out the mid lake structure as well as the miles of shoreline. Have not personally been down in about a month, but would concentrate on that that middle teen off the weed line for active fish to the mid twenties mid lake for the fish that are holding. By far best bite is early and late....and by late mean 10 pm and beyond. Best colors for that lake are fire tiger and rainbow, with a slower presentation midday increasing as lowlight approaches.

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