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rucatn2

Taken my aqua view out on Pokeg fishing walleyes the past few days - seen a few nice fish, tried switching hooks, bait, doesn't seem to matter, nothing will bite (except the perch and northerns). The most amazing thing has been the lake trout I've seen - I've had numerous come right up to my bait, none take it - but its fun to watch - anyone have any suggestions/feedback about the lake trout/walleyes before I throw my aqua view down the hole... Do you think the camera might spook the fish?

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I had a similar weekend this past summer. I spent the weekend at my brother's cabin, and 50 yards in front of his cabin had walleyes all over. OK, maybe not all over, but as I trolled I'd see fish every 15 seconds or so. Anyway, I spent the weekend throwing everything I had at them and nothing. The fish weren't hugging bottom or anything and they were cruising around, but not feeding apparantly. We slip bobbered them past dark, but still nothing. I'd welcome any advice also if anybody has it.

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Matt Breuer

Surefire Aqua Vu tip, look at the dorsal fins on the 'eyes. If they are hugging the bottom and the fin is down, give up, if it's up they're feeding and you just have to intice the [email protected]#l out of them. It's grub season, try some earo's and waxies packed on a spoon.

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gkl

I can't help with the winter fish but in the summer I've done pretty decent for eyes with a crawler tipped spinner. A simple jig and a shiner has been decent too. For lakers, try a 3-4 inch white tube and jig it pretty aggressively. Good luck!

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