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I know its early to be posting this but I will be taking a trip up to Gull Lake from July 2nd-11th. I'm wondering if anyone can help me out with some walleye spots? Hopefully I'll meet some FMer's up there. If you see a Red s10 with FM decals on the doors and windshield, that would be me.

~Matt Jung

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Hi Matt we're always willing to help out an FMer. It may be a little early to pinpoint the exact spots the walleyes will be hanging out at, but we'll give you a few likely spots to try. During the mid-summer period I really like to fish the mid lake humps and bars. Anything with deeper water close by. Some of my favorite spots are Cinosam, Stone Boat House, and the Bow Tie. Another good option is Wilson and Steamboat bays. Down in the bays we always catch quite a few nice eyes that are tucked up in the cabbage weeds. Rigging redtails, pitching jigs and plastics, or trolling raps all produce some fish. You will probably catch a mixed bag of eyes, pike and bass. That week it'll probably be wise to fish early or late in the day to avoid all the boating activity. Let us know if we can help you out with anything. Our fishing guides are on Gull almost on a daily basis so we are usually in tune to the action taking place. Good luck and enjoy your trip.

Jason Erlandson

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Well with the trip a little more than a week away I was just wondering if any new reports are in? Also where in Nisswa is Sportland Bait? I'll defiently have to stop, check it out, buy some gear, and of course talk fishin.

~Matt Jung

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this past couple of days the walleyes have been better-gull has been only ok but North Long and Pelican doing much better-and finding some in a good size range of 16 to 22 inches. Redtails and creek chubs have been the minnow of choice but jumbo leeches have been equal to the task. Weedlines from 15 to 18 feet have been the best on some of the lake humps and also finding some in the 30 to 40 foot area.

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Hi Matt, That would be great if you stopped by our store, we look forward to it. Here is a map to our shop.

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Jason Erlandson

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After seeing the map I know exactly where your located. I will definetly stop in. 7 days and counting.

~Matt Jung

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