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WAS WONDERING IF ANYBODY WENT OUT OF BRANDT'S THIS WEEKEND???...IF SO, HOW FAR OUT CAN YOU DRIVE AND WAS THERE ANY PERCH ACTION YET...

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Was out of brandts this weekend as I have been the past four. You can drive out just about as far as you want. There are lots of people all the way out to four and five mile. Brandt has a bridge just out from the landing and there is one crack out by jordan hole with planks across. The perch bite is almost non-existent. I have fished all over the place at brandt and have caught only very few perch. The walleyes are still going though.

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I have been fishing out of brants for the last to weekends and have done fair. I have been fishing out on Sloppy Joes. Last weekend I caught 18 nice eyes and to were in the slot. This weekend I went out with a buddy and we fished from fri. evening till monday morning and ended up with 17 eyes and some nice perch. The perch came from ottos reef and all but one of the walleyes were from sloppy. We drove to within 1 mile of the sliver flat but ran into a bad breaker that has a 2 foot gap of open water in it so we couldnt cross. But if you dont run into a bad breaker it seems as though you can go anywhere you want. 5 and 4 mile gravel are simple to get to they have roads marked but after that you have to find your own way.

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