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rickmp

Will be fishing south center lake from shore where my wife's family owns a cabin. Just moved to MN and have never fished for walleye before. Any good advice for spring walleye would be greatly appreciated. I am probably going to try for some crappie and panfish if possible this weekend, so any advice you guys could give would be great.

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rickmp;

Go to the lake maps section, so you can see what the shoreline will offer by the cabin. If it is a good sandy bottom, 5-6 feet of depth with a leach or small shiner minnow under a bobber would be good in the late evening.

Be sure to check the regulations on Walleye for South Center, as it is within the special Ceded Territory area. You can find them posted on the DNR web site under Fishing.

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