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I won't be going out tonight. But I;ll be there in the morning. My advice, be at the landing about 10:45. You will be on the water a little longer before you can catch some eyes, but you will beat the crowd by 15min, and you can do some moving around to see if you can find some of the warmer water out there. See Ya, Paul

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Yep I went out at midnight in my waders!!!! My dad went with me and between the two of us we caught 5 walleyes, lost two, and had three or four bites right at our waders. Two of the walleyes were keepers (14" and a 16")and one got off that was a keeper. The rest were 8"-12" walleyes.

GOOD FISHIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Madison Lake, 2 of us, midnight until 2:30 when a migraine about brought me too my knees. 8 keepers 14-15" and threw back about 15 fish that were 12-13". Also caught 4 crappies all around the 12" mark. I dont know if other people were fairing as well as we were. The narrows was pretty full at midnight but by 1:30 it was pretty much empty, people moving around everywhere. Slip bobbers and fatheads for us, leeches tried but didnt fair as well. The plan was too stay until sunrise before my head wanted too explode, i think we could have caught 50 eyes last night the way things were heading.

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Hey jack

Other lakes do have small eyes besides tonka my friend Ha

C-ya thursday get the boat ready.Charge up all your batteries

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