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Walleyes on the chain!

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Going to be coming up on weds the 23 and staying at the state park, i hope i can get in im going to be there right at 9am. Im going to fish bass by day walleye by night. As far as walleye what are my best options on what to do and were to go. Any info would be greatly apreciated.

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Jumb leeches and lindy rigs off the deep weedlines on Carlos. You could also try trolling rapalas a little shallower at night. Seems the 'eyes have scattered a bit and gone deeper. If the weather stays decent for a few days, they may settle into a more reliable pattern. Are you going to stick to the chain? or fish other area lakes? Ida has been on a pretty decent walleye bite. And the muskies on Miltona have been very active. Both not far from the S.P.

good luck

PS....we run a Wednesday night bass league...lots of fun, and a great time...check out the weigh in at 9pm at the Rotary Beach Access on LeHommeDieu (a real nice bag including a pair of really nice Smallies came off Carlos a few weeks ago)...stop by and check it out...or call if your interested in fishing it for the night...

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