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walleyeking#8

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walleyeking#8

Well, whats the word? Have the fish all gone on there summer vacations yet? I have been fishing Norway and Florida quite a few times since just before the 4th, but have had only limited success fishing for walleyes. The bass fishing seems to be great when your fishing for walleyes. Panfish action has been pretty good on both of these lakes as well as the pike fishing. Over the week of the 4th, I pulled in a 36" pike while fishing crappies. Wow, what a surprise. It is hard to believe a northern of that size would bite on a mini tube jig. That Berkley XT 6lb test line sure did its job. What I was wondering was, if anyone had a info on walleye fishing in the area, if Green was still producing or if any of the other lakes in the area are giving up any eyes. Would appreciate any reports anyone would have in the willmar area or anywhere else for that matter. Goodluck fishing!!!!!!!!!

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Brother Bro

I think they are on Vacation !! Been fishing Green this week mornings mostly ... not much going on!I don't think to many people are getting eye's if they there called Red Eyes (rockbass) Sunnies are biting on North Long, Nest.

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Bigfife

I was on Green last weekend and we caught another 6 nice walleyes. The night bite seems to be the best. Someone told me that on Sat. night they caught 5 18-20 inchers off of their dock. It wouldn't be the first time they've done it so I have no reason to doubt them. Fish at night and in the mourning. We mark fish all day, but good luck getting them to bite.

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fish-4-fun

I haven't heard of anyone catching anything, I talked to a guy that went to Lake Mille Lac's this weekend and not even a bite. I still want to try Henderson for some midsummer action but still not sure where to try on the lake because I have never fished it before. We were catching them on Carrie, but now that has quit. What is the water temp on the lake right now? Well goodluck everyone.

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Blackstarluver

The late night topwater lgmouth bass bite seems to be quite good lately on the shallows of green!
God lyk!

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walleyenemesis

try pulling some raps in 12 to 15 foot range. Number 7 or 8 and you should pull in a few walleyes

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    • Spss
      Anyone have any luck around stuntz bay seven sisters area lately?
    • jkrash
      I heard the guides are on to the walleye bite on the west end, finally the fish have returned and it appears there's a few good year classes.
    • Wanderer
      @Tom Sawyer Its not supposed to be that way.  Is it??  It stinks when everything else gets in the way of spending some time on the water. 😒
    • osok
      I couldn't agree more Jarrid,  modifying the possession/ catch limits would probably help preserve and enhance the fishery. Several years ago when I was still living in the St. Cloud area, there was a lake outside of Albany that a  couple of year classes of Croppies came into their own. After  the increased pressure of both one hard and the following open water season  that lake saw, it was like  the Dead Sea after that.  Personally, if I find an active school, I won't keep my limit, just enough for a meal with the family.   
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      To call this summer "busy", would be the understatement of the year for me.....
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