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My family and I will be coming up to Koronis the second week of August. I was just wondering where we could find a consistant walleye bite. We caught numerous northerns last year but realy did not get into the walleyes like we wanted.

Any hints or locations will be helpful, we are staying at stone gate lodge and I am kinda familiar with the lake.

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Walleys are a little slow but fish are being caught either right in the weeds or out in 20-25 fow on leeches and crawlers. During the evenings cranks trolled or casted over and around the weeds will get you eyes as well.

Borch

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Thanks a lot Borch. Is there any thing else anyone can let me know about this lake. We tried to fish the flats last year with no luck. We did catch one nice one 31 3/4" walleye the first 10 minutes we were there and we even released it. Took lots of pictures. I would appreciate any info..

Happy Fishing!!!

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Well if you're only ganna get a couple, starting with a 31.5" eye is the way to go! Very nice fish!

There are lots of different spots that will produce. The flats have several points off the edge where it dumps into deeper water. Some of these have rock on them. The Islands can be good as well. Again check out the many points that are there. There are a few sunken humps that produce from time to time. Also there are several prominent shoreline points that can be good. When you find good cabbage beds check them out. They often hold walleyes and smallies(pike too).

Good Luck!

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How's the fishing been on Koronis of late. We will be up there is about 3 weeks and just wondering how the bite has been.

Thanks

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My brother and I fished Koronis again last night. We caught a few pike and smallies. Ended up catching a dozen or so walleyes. Found fish either in the weeds or in 19-24 fow. Lots of little guys to sort through. Did get one 23.5" eyes we released. End up keeping three between 15-17" for a meal.

We caught eyes on cranks over the weeds. Don't be afrain to pick up the speed a bit. We had to go 3+ mph to trigger fish. We also got fish on leeches and lindy rigs.

Good Luck!

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Thanks alot Borch. Any help is good help. I just got back from fishing myself and did not have much luck tonite. We will be up on Koronis starting on Aug, 13th for the whole week. My brother and I hope to see you up there. We will be stasying at stone gate and I will be in a Blue and tan Northwood boat. If you have any other info before we leave that would be awesome.

I hopw to see you up there.

Thanks, Shrecky

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We did catch one nice one 31 3/4" walleye the first 10 minutes we were there and we even released it. Took lots of pictures.


Nice Job! Well done!

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Thanks, we will never not release fish like that. I hope someone else will hook up with that big fish and have as much fun as we did.

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I have a small Club tourney on Koronis this weekend (4 boats - we fish for points only). Unlike my competitors, I'm not going to be able to pre-fish so I'm studying my maps and searching forums to try to compensate.

The only other time I've been there was for opener a couple of years ago. I was wondering if you guys can give me some mid-summer tips. I hear that there are some nice smallies in there. I'm off to a slow start this year and any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Location, colors, lures, depth - anything.

I live in the cities and can give you guys tons of GREAT info on these lakes. I would be happy to help you out anytime.

Thanks in advance!

Scott ([email protected])

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I was out this morning and found fish in 10-12 feet of water. The bite is good early, but afternoon seems to be tough. Good luck.

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