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DENVER06

Pool 4 walleye report

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DENVER06

Had a few hours today so Helen and I hit pool 4. We trolled and dragged jigs. Both produced walleyes and saugers. We fished in depths that ranged from 4 to 11 feet. Water temp was 76 and the clarity is getting a lot better. It seemed like if I seen minnows in an area we caught fish. Here is Helen with one of her walleyes. full-36600-34865-image.jpg

It was a great day on the water with my fishing buddy.

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96trigger

Thanks for the report, the fishing has been terribly slow it seems. might have to change tactics, i have not had to drag a jig in some time, but spinners are not putting the fish in the boat like last year.

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DENVER06

Was out earlier this week and the bite was pretty decent dragging jigs. We had multi species days catching crappies, walleyes,sheepies,white bass,blue gills,catfish, moon eye, saugers, and yellow perch.

Had bites in several areas we fished. One thingies can say is be careful traveling around after the high water their are new dead heads under the surface. Pictured below are some of our catch from this week. full-36600-35792-image.jpg

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