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I gave it a try on sunday and came up skunked. I saw somebody catch 2 in about an hour. My brother tried monday night and got one about 18" and missed a few others. I have to agree, very slow. Must be the cold temperatures, and the weeds have not grown much yet.

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fished east rush saturday eve and got 3 eyes
one was 25,17.5,15.5 and had some more up
to the boat but lost them.

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Care to share what you were using for a presentation?

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hope you released the 25" i had best luck fishing for walleye at rush lake tossing cranks

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Nice 26 inch one caught tonite at about 30 feet..catch and release with a picture of course! Crane and Cigar are good areas, but go deep..some are up in the Frandsen park area shallow, but the large fish seem to be deep yet....

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me and workingfisherman were fishing together and we were bobber fishing a secret spot. we didden't release the 25" because we needed some fish for dinner.

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just got back from east rush,boated 15 eyes
in 2 hours took 9 home( for lunch).had 2 bite
offs and boated a 8.8 pound northern on 4
pound test line!was a good eve!!!

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and yes we did put the 8.8 northern back to
fight again.!!

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we just got back from rush again last night and we caught another 20 eyes. 5 were big enuf to keep. biggest one was only 16".

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What depth have you guys been finding most productive. Also have they been pretty aggressive or lite biters. thanks

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we were fishing an edge of the weedline, they were fairley agressive.

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Had a gas on Friday evening, fishing the weed lines. The big Sunfish were hungry, kept a dozen 3/4 pounders and a nice 20" eye for the table. Had one Sunfish on that got taken by a toothy critter on the way in, after 5 minutes the slob finally let go, the Sunny was another 11"er and was ripped up from the gill plate on back to the tail.

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