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St Croix River Walleyes- Metro Area Walleye Factory - 256k High Speed - CLICK HERE

Hot Bite Fishing presents

St Croix River Metro Area Walleye Hot Bite
by FishingMN Pro Staff:
Turk Gierke
Croixsippi Guide Service
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Watch as walleye after walleye come in. Most walleyes are caught with stricly Berkley Powerbait 3" Minnow Plastics or split shot rigs. Tips are in the video.

Turk Gierke dispells an old plastics myth.

This video is a current Hot Bite Fishing opportunity and was taken June 12th on the St Croix River. We caught 100's of fish right in the Metro area.

We keep some walleyes for dinner and talk about selective harvest.

Want to be successful fishing on cold front bluebird sky days!! Turk shows you how to be productive from 10am to 3pm

Metro Area St Croix River Walleye Action- 256k High Speed - CLICK HERE
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Your Fishing Minnesota Hot Bite Fishing segment from Lakeland MN out of Beanies Marina will show you that being versatile pays off when you want to catch nice walleyes. Don't forget your jigs and plastics. Specifics will be given in the clip.

Dynamite information that can help you improve your fishing, not to mention a lot of fun to watch.

FishingMinnesota.com will be posting Hot Bite Fishing ™ on a consistent basis. Look for new video features each week.

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Thanks for your participation.

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Note to Mykal. Remember I told you how I had some success on the St. Croix late May with some spots my neibor shared with me...Well as you can not tell by this video the bite is very good there. I would never go on the weekend due to the boat traffic but nite after work...Great bite.

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Great video, that part of the river is great to fish.

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ALL the videos are very, very good IMO!! Even the Red Lake video where Mr. Drake "moons" the world shocked.gif. Sorry....I had to say something about it! grin.gifgrin.gif These videos "show" and not just "tell" you about fishing opportunites to be had....Seeing is believing. St. Croix and the mighty Mississippi? Heck, these spots are right at many FMers frontdoor steps! If you haven't already, maybe you should get out and capitolize on some of these prime bites! I look forward to all the future video productions!

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cool video,
Does anyone know anything about that song that is on the beginging, Sounds sortof cool and I was wondering where I could get a recording of it. If anyone knows please tell me

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The song "Meet Me On The Water"
was written by The Elliot Brothers for FishingMinnesota.com.
You can hear The Elliot Brothers at;
http://www.elliotbrothers.com/music.html

You can also hear Elliot Brothers music on the Fish-N Line radio show at;
http://www.catch-n.com/fishnline.html

Great job on the Hot Bites Video!
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

Turk has a lot of personality. He also knows the tricks that put fish in the boat.

It was very nice of him to share a few of those tricks in this Hot Bite Fishing Video.

Metro Area Walleye Factory - 256k High Speed - CLICK HERE

Thanks Turk!!!

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