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maybe it's just me but the last couple days have been as slow as ever for walleyes. gull and pelican both. anyone having any luck?

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Chris,

Not as slow as ever!! We only caught one yesterday a.m. (22 incher) but had a couple of others on and lost them. It has slowed, but it is still much better than last winter. Maybe this new weather system will fire them up.

Good luck,

Walleyedan

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To be very honest we have not slowed down all year the last two nights being out we have iced more then 30-40 eyes and most are keepers. They are there you just need to find them. Here is a hint 4:30-6pm Good Luck!!!

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That is the truth! We have had good luck as long as we make an effort to locate the fish before we set up for the bite. South end of Gull deeper water, 35 to as deep as 48 FOW has been the ticket for me.

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Wow, you must have read my mind. The secret is out the fish are deep! remember Catch,Photo,Release

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Have you been jiggin those fish? The last few times I have been out I do catch the numbers but none to keep, just moved to the area and still trying to figure things out. Thanks!

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I acctually have had my bigger fish hit on either a jigging rap or chubby darter working it fairly slow untill I mark the fish and then moving it a little more agresivly(sp?). Smaller fish have come on set lines. Plain red hook and medium non-agressive shiner has produced. All I can stress is deep water with steep break and bingo fish on!!!

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hey 24-7-365, Without giving your spot away where exaclty are you fising smile.gifok seriously i am going up to my cabin this weekend with some rookie fisherman and i want to try and find some fish for them, that in mind are you fishing in wilson bay or steamboat bay, or north of that, any info would be great. thanks grin.gif

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Although it has been slower lately, these guys are correct. There have been some great reports from deep water humps and tips of points, 30-50 feet on Gull.

Jason Erlandson

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I hope all had a great full moon fishing weekend! I went out Sun. for about 4 hours and was able to catch about 10 walleyes and some nice jumbos. I even iced a huge tuliby about 3.5-4lbs. Good luck!!

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