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CorynTracySellHomes

Just a short note to sat the big walleyes are starting to turn on! We got two over 7.5lbs this weekend!!!! Anybody else been on Rush? I live on the lake and fish it all the time so if anyone has any questions let me know!
Cory Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
Athomeonthelake @Aol.com

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Thanks for the post. Are you talking about East or West??? Is it worth the trip up from the cities and I supose you wouldn't give a few pointers where to start?????????? Thanks much for the posting.

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CorynTracySellHomes

Sorry it took so long for me to get back to you! Yes Rush is definitely worth the trip..Although I have to warn you it can be a fickle lake! As far as any of my specific spots!?!?! Well, lets just say most of them are pretty easy to find with a decent lake map, but if you would like more specifics feel free to e-mail me!
Cory Frantzick
RE/Max Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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CorynTracySellHomes

The Piggies are snappin!
Cory and Tracy Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
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......what are you fishing with ? times?
thanks......

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CorynTracySellHomes

We've done the best in the evenings, but that is also the time when I have been fishing the most....As far as baits we have done the best with crankbaits..
Cory Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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shadrapla

i was think about to going to rush lake and fishing for walleye so what kind of tackle and where is spot i live about 20 min south of rush lake
use crankbait ?? i love to use crankbait

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CorynTracySellHomes

We have had the best luck pulling #9 Shad Rap RS in 16-18 ft of water...... I wish I could be more specific but the fish seem to move around alot! If you want anymore help let me know!
Cory Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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shadrapla

hi
what time is best time to going to fishing let me know thank you for info

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CorynTracySellHomes

We have done the best a few hours before sunset....But, that is the time I hve been out the most!
Cory Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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BIG

...anyone try Rush this weekend??(walldawgs)
...any nite action?? (walldawgs),

...musky.....???

...I know the crappies are biting on Rush...
...deeeeeeeeeeeeep......

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hey Big!

I haven't had a chance to get out at all! Too much to do this time of year!! I will be getting out this week and I will let you know!!

Cory Frantick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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.......by the way, the docks have been taken out on West Rush........

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CorynTracySellHomes

Shhhhh!!!!

Don't tell anyone my hotspots!!!
Which Bull rushes.....

I got one on the north point over by the lone tree.... Had a Huge one blow up twice on the south side.......Ohhhh the list goes on! What a fun Lake!

Cory Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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CorynTracySellHomes

I beg you pardon???????


My dock is still out and probably will be for another 3 weeks!!!! Just had coffee out there this morning! Sure was pretty the sun trying to peek through the angry clouds and "Old Glory" waving in the wind! God Bless America! I wish I had a fishing report but the RUT is just gettting started.. Last night I heard two buck fighting in a swamp as I got down from my stand......What a sound! Isn't fall great!
Cory Frantzick
RE/MAX Associates Plus
Timberlane Homes
(612)801-0809
[email protected]

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......I guarantee you weren't sitting on the
Public Access docks at West Rush...that's what I meant......and by the way, have you ever caught a musky by the 42 foot hole near the bullrushes on West Rush...there is a
nice hard bottom flat there.......and a nice inside, deep bend.....

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