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1st time on rush 06/21-25 need info-help!!!

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1st time on rush lake out of elm haven resort on june 21-25.Would like any info on the walleye bite and location.Anything would be greatly appreciated.Thanx to all who reply!

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I was out on Rush this morning for the first time.

I fished a spinner/nightcrawler for a while with limited success, I switched to Lindy with a bead and another rig with a floater, both using leeches and picked up a few smaller Walleyes in about 18ft of water off of a slow break of a midlake hump.

A guy at the landing claimed slip-bobbers and leeches were doing well in 10ft range this week. My guess is they were fishing a weedline and it may have been in the evening.

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Thanx Jon for the info,I'll be sure to keep that in mind.Thankyou for your response.

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Deemo

I have been on vacation for a bit so Im not sure as to where the fish have been caught at. I will be out there friday and sat. Will be in a alumacraft t-pro 17ft. with a black evenrude on it. Pull me over maybe by the time you show I will have a idea. The boat is maroon and grey. Has a pinpoint on the front and a vantage on the
back. Whew. info overload.

Will also be out the monday and tuesday.

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Fished for walleye and crappie last weekend, mostly midday. A little slow. The sun was hot and not much wind. We were able to pickup a few walleye at the 16 - 24ft range off the break lindy rigging. Nice fish at 19-22in. Healthy fish that really fought hard. They only took a crawler, leeches were ignored. I noticed they coughed up shiners in my livewell but I didn't have any to fish with. They may have been more active if I was fishing shiners or fishing early or later.
We also caught crappie in the evening at the deep edge of the cabbage weeds. A variety of sizes, 9-12in. Put'em back in.
I'll be fishing crappie and sunnies with the kids this weekend, and the rockbass are always ready to bite. Should be fun! I'll be the one baiting and unhooking.

Good luck fishing.

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deemo,

Thanx for the reply.I'll be up there sunday the 22nd and try to spot ya monday and tuesday.I'll be in a red lund tyee 1750 with a blue 90hp evinrude.Goodluck!

sea hag

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Patio,

Thanx for the info.It will be helpful!Don't forget to wet a line when you're baiting and unhooking.Goodluck!

sea hag

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