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Mnfisher

I will be fishing Little Long Lake near Ely beginning of October.  I know it is a night bite lake for Walleye.   Can they be caught during the day?  Any tips?  How about panfish or northern during the day?  How about a nearby lake for day fishing.  I think Burntside might be too big.  How about Shagwa? Others?  Thanks,  Jim

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monstermoose78

Check out fall, ed shave, low, and birch. You can get some panfish on little long and it has big pike and both bass. Search how to fish lakes with smelt for bass and pike. They tend to roam chasing smelt and you can get walleyes during the day doing that as well.

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Mnfisher

Thanks Moose!  If I can find some smelt, I'll give that a try!  Jim

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Wanderer

Shags can be good during the day and easier to fish than Burntside.

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chaffmj

Shagawa has been giving up some small eater walleyes during the day recently.

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Mnfisher

Thanks...I appreciate any information.  1st time I will be fishing Little Long and area lakes.

 

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monstermoose78

Check out fall lake by the dam. Walleyes are always hanging out there.

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Mnfisher

Thanks

 

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Mnfisher

Where is the dam?  Tried to find it on a map.  I assume it's near winton where it narrows into a river?

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monstermoose78

It is where Garden Lake enters the lake

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monstermoose78

The road in there is by Wolds camp ground just east of winton

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