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My buddies & I are going to be staying at Red Pine Resort on Kab, June 9-16. Can anyone give us some ideas as far as technique and also what is a likely depth to fish for walleyes. I tend towards a jig/minnow combo, but a couple of the guys have never fished this way. Any info would be appreciated.

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Gremlin,
You should concentrate on 10 to 15 feet of water, and run a 6 foot snell with a floater. The larger fish tend to be suspended at this time of the year. I used to fish the area for years before becoming a resort owner in my present area! Good luck!
Jeff K.
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Gremin, if it's anything like last year at this time, we had wind blowin from the east all week we limited out everyday on the reef's using bottom bouncers and hammered gold spinners ,five foot snells with multi colored line, they really hit this rig hard. you could jig also! we were fishin anywhere from 16 to 26 feet on the windy side of the reefs , ill be up the same week. depending on water temp's since it was a later then usual ice out thing's might be different, be sure to keep that spinner blade movin back trollin. Good luck!

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grin.gif Hey Marbles!Are you the same one that sat in the front of my boat last year,and netted my fish for me?Youda man when it comes to netting!This year however I intend to enlighten you on some new methods that will require your utmost attention! (That should be read as sober thought.)
First,you will need to obtain permission from the better half to spend an adequate amount of time on the water.Upon arrival at th e dock I will begin to address the finer issues of dusting off the reels!From there we move on to bottom bouncers and spinners,bottom bouncers and spinners,repeat after me,bottom bouncers and spinners!Finally, after a long arduous day on the water,I shall hand you my rapala fillet knife as I retire to your cabin and partake in a discussion with Mr. Windsor!GET THE NET!

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Hey marbles mentor your right i am the man , only you have it a little backwards (must be that your getting old and can't remember! {constantly netting my BIG FISH}, but this year when you take my picture releasing all my BIG FISH make sure you get me in the photo with the fish and not just the fish! I have dusted the reels and im ready to go, one of these days i may have to use the wife for a sea anchor. she gave me permission to go, {marble eyes watch out im on the loose again}!

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