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bobbert

I know a lake where they're catching walleyes but its not a lake u would expect. Reply and ask and if u seem nice enough I'll probably tell u.

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I could use a little eye help,as panfish have been good but have had trouble finding eyes. your big secret would be very usefull. Thanks--Tom

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riverrat56

Bobbert i have been looking for an out of the way walleye lake around southern mn. Being a highschool kid i dont have the time ( or money ) to go up to a big walleye lake but i could really go for a few fresh walleyes. I could really go for a secret lake right now because im sick of the small crappies im catch around here right now.

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crappie patrol

I also would'nt mind getting in on some walleye action. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I have'nt had much luck this year.

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rappin jack

I just want to catch some!! Not planning on keeping any.

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Liar

well I am also looking for a lake for some eyes. I am going to take my nephew and youngest son with me. Don't mind driving a little south. Any help would be appreciated. You can e-mail me if you like, dkayo@frontiernet.net. Thanks

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bobbert

The walleyes I have been catching have been anywhere from 14-20 inches and I have caught them on Eagle Lake. Its the Eagle Lake next to Mankato. I have caught them in the big bay in about 8 feet of water. Hope this helps. By the way I have caught around 12 of them now and I put back 4 so hope that helps too.

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Bass_Bully

Nice of you to share the info, thanks, and practice CPR everyone.

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gr

You know it is just plain BS when a guy give a spot after the big bite is over. I have been fishing Eagle sence first ice and yes I did not let the spot out where we were cathing them, but to let every one think they are still biting so they wast there valuable time is BS.

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bobbert

Why does everyone rag on me for my reports or questions? If I said I was catching walleyes then I was catching walleyes. If you don't want my advice gr then don't take it. You may not have been using the right lure. I was using a buckshot rattle lure green.

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