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winterse

I am planning on being in the Bowstring area on Sept. 18. I am trying to figure out where I should go to catch the walleyes. Does anyone have nay thoughts on which lake would be the best at that time of year?

Thank You,

WINTERSE

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Jason Boser

Bowstring should be great this fall lots of fish in the lake this year. Sand might be ok I am not sure on Jessie this year how it will be. cutfoot winnie will be good also this year lots of fish.
Jason

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walleyes-r-us

I have a cabin on Big Jessie - last year, I couldn't find a walleye after Sep 15. The previous year, it was good right up to ice-up. Never fished Bowstring. If you want some specifics on spots on Jessie, let me know via email.

Dan

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Jason Boser

I would work the humps and ridges out in the middle of the lake. or the weed edges on the west side or the big point by the resort that whole shoreline can be good
Jason

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