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DonkeyHodey

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The late fall feedbag is still on:  Smallies are active—this guy was a fun fight:  jumped straight up a good 2 feet!  …and I’ve managed a few eater Walleyes.

(The sunnies were eating all my live bait up until ~late September, now they’ve moved out and I haven’t seen one in a month.)

I'm either throwing big ol' wad of crawler (I can't buy a bite if it's only half a crawler...) or casting my favorite spinner bait with a beetle/twister tail on it.  Minnows producing well, too.

I’ll probably throw a line in next week (if it’s not too cold/windy… I admit: I’m a wimp!) before hanging up the casting gear until the spring sucker run…  ?5-6 months... 😢

 

FWIW, I’ve never seen the river this high in late October…  Water is flying!  The fishin’ beach is currently under ~2 feet of water—I’m sitting up in the trees!

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Rick

Nice bass.

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