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I was there over the weekend too. We didn't have much luck..slow. Fished for Perch and Walleyes mainly. Fished Walker Bay, Sand Point, Big Hardwoods, The Flatts, Agency Narrows, Agency Bay, Shingobee bay. All I did was burn gas! How about you, any luck?

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I was up this weekend too, same issue but out in main lake, very slow: Otter, Stony, Hardwoods, Pine, Annex and Submarine. Minnows on Jigs and Liddy's. 3 ft to 25 ft deep. No wind and lots of sun, just too nice. I have been going to Leech for about 5 years now. This has been one of my worst years there.

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We were up for the week, got back on the 29th. Did better on eyes early in the week when wind was blowing. Caught our 8 keepers and released another 6 on Monday alone. Still found them in 10-11 feet on a break in the early morning and evenings the rest of the week. Jig/minnow. Ate a meal of 'em and still brought back a limit for 2 of us. Perch fishin was alot of dinks. Keep 1 over 9 inches for every 20 little perch. Must have caught 300 perch but only kept 32, 9-11 inches for the week. Weather was nice...probably too nice. Water temp was 57 while we were there.

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We were up for the weekend also. Saturday was slow so we just enjoyed the calm day and explored the lake. Sunday my wife was packed and ready to go by noon but we decided to take one more pontoon ride since it was so nice. Glad we did because the perch bite was on and my son had a ball. Ended up staying out til 4 PM and brought in 25 jumbos in the 11-13" range. Would have had more but I put 12 back since I didn't need to clean that many fish on a Sunday afternoon. My son saw the eggs in the females while cleaning them and asked me if next time we make sure to throw all the mother fish back so they an have more babies.

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Last weekend was definitely hit or miss. Stayed clear of the crowds as best we could. If we didn't get a fish within 20 minutes, we moved on.

Successful two ways, 1) West goose flats early in the morning with redtails on jigs or rigs produced ~10 eaters (14"-18") each day with a couple more that were smaller. 2) Deep breaks, 30+ feet in walker bay with redtails on rigs also produced eaters, but only for about one hour just before sunset. In the deeper water don't bother trying unless you can actually SEE them stacked on your sonar.

One hump in Walker Bay that was holding fish when the others weren't. There was enough to make me drop a line at 2:00PM, no wind, all sun, got a very fat 29" immediately and quit. That was followed by a handful of 12" when I came back after sunset.

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