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Doesn't anyone fish Waverely anymore. This lake used to be a walleye meca, had a outstanding pike and bass population, and the panfishing was about average...Anyone

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I was out there last evening, caught some walleyes and crappies in 30 feet of water. Watch the sonar and jig away and you'll catch some fish. We never had a bite under a bobber. All my fish came on pink & white A&E Jrs.

Good fishin'

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fisherman, thank you for the update. Was there any size to the Walleyes? Were there many others on the water. I have not been there for a couple of years but used to really like fishing this lake.

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The walleyes are running on the small side 12-14 inches. Was also out there last night and caught a few more. Might be heading out there in a little while to try again or head to another lake I'll keep you posted. I seen you on the independence forum, hows it been going out there. I fished out there on Sunday night without much luck.

Good fishin'

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Fisherman, are you over by the creek inlet from Little Waverly? I am Mr Pike's long time fishing buddy. We used to fish Wav every weekend a few years ago wih great success. Anything to get us back out there again would be helpful. Thanks.

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Whats your email address! I might be able to help you out a little bit.

Good fishin'

Let those Bigguns' swim

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Fisherman. Thanks. I never did make it over to the Wav. We ended up at the Shoe again chasing big Cats and Crappie. Maybe we can meet up there during the open water season sometime.

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Mykal

Absolutely, I usually fish independence a lot more on the soft water with much success in the summer. Last year CPR'd many hawgs out there in the short time I got to fish. Where you catchin those cats and crappies? Might be interested in that someday if time permits... Heading to L.O.W again tomorrow. When you going that way?

Good fishin'

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Heading up to LOW the 14-16th of March. Have a good trip. Would loveto fish Indy with you sometime. I usually stay away during the summer with all of the recreational traffic on it.

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I would be interested in a Independance guided tour myself in the spring or fall. As Mykal has stated we used to fish Waverly hard and knew many great walleye locations and over the years released many hawgs back to this body of water. We have on occassion fished Indy with limited success on the open water.

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Mr.Pike1 Mykal, Sounds fun to me looking forward to going out in a boat. I'm going out tonight and going to chase some slabs somewhere. Crappies just dont keep me interested like big walleyes. Have you guys been getting any crappies anywhere?


Good fishin'

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I enjoy the big Walleye action myself. I have been getting some good panfish action at a little lake by my house.

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