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hanronson

Straight Lk.walleyes.

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hanronson

A friend has a newly purchased cabin on Straight Lk and we have yet been able to catch any walleyes. Any suggestions? Thanks for any replys.

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cylinder

creek chubs, redtails or cranks during the day, crawlers after dark.

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hanronson

Thank you for the reply...going to hit it hard this week-end. I will post results next week.

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cylinder

How was it?

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hanronson

Night crawlers and leeches at night just produced bluegills...not 1 walleye. Did not try minnows. Nothing on cranks either.

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jigginjim

I would go with 3inch minnows, red tails, small suckers or big as the water cools. Don't bother with crawlers or leeches, unless your fine with catching alot of panfish and bullheads.

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cylinder

I agree. Unless you are fishing after dark, crawlers and leeches will only get the bait-stealers. Cranks usually are great, after that I like redtails/creek chubs. Suckers only get northerns for me, not sure why.

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hanronson

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