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My nephew is going up to Bowstring this week end and asked me if I would put out a post and see if anything is shaking.

This be the post, so what up? Anything going on at Bowstring recently?

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Fished Bowstring this past weekend and found very little activity. Have to admit that we didn't hit it hard, but we marked lots of fish of the deeper breaks 19-22 ft. of water, with 21 feet being a common depth off some of the west and southwest sand bars, and 18 ft. marking many off the north humps. We were dragging various assortments of live bait rigs, crawlers and leeches and we miss a few certain walleye bites, but nothing hitting fast and feverish.

I like bowstring, always worth a try. We have had some great fishes, but for every great day we have 3 or 4 where we really work for every fish we get.

Good luck, and post any results. Always curious to know what they are doing, even though I cannot always be on the lake.

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was there last week did decent most fish were in the weeds in that 8-10 ft

Jason

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Jason and Hampster..."Dunka" dudes, I'll pass along the info and if they don't give me a report to pass back to you, I'll personally wring their necks for about 3 minutes, on your behalf. grin.gif

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Family was up the 16th to the 23rd ,we were stayiny at bowstring shores resort.We did real good for walleyes.

Did keep some for fish fry,released alot.

Only been to bow, once before 10yr.ago.

We fished up on the northeast corner in 16 to 21 working off the edge. Lindy rigs sometimes with leech ,sometimes with night crawlers.We drifted and trolled back up,caught most on the troll up.I hope i was a little help,new to the sight.

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Well, the boys went up to boewstring alright and they went out of a place called Georgenes, or something like that? Anyhow, it's on the north side of the lake.

I guess they fished all over the lake, different spots, for the week-end and for the most part, did'nt catch guano!

They had 3 decent walleyes and a few other smaller fish, that was about it, nothing to write home about, that's for sure!

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That is the name for the owners George and his wife Gene.

At least that was the deal many years ago. I allways like the ancor bouys they had there.

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