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I started camping at a seasonal last year on pike lake. Any body got any advice on a lake around there for the month of June? I could use some help for a few good walleye lakes and the general areas to try. Thanks for any advice. Pike is about 25 miles east of Waubun next to Elbow and Tulaby.

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Well if you havent found out yet, eyes on elbow are tough to find.

a friend of mine has a trailer on pike as well, and there are a few eyes in there and nice ones at that, just tough to put any patern on them and the numbers are low.

early june is a great time to hit Bad medicine more so for trout but walleys are to be had there as well. strawberry, round, and many point would also be lakes to give a day or 2 look at, and if your up for some adventure try any of the small lakes north of 113 if you have a smaller boat.

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A few years ago, we stayed on Elbow lake in June on vacation. We did pretty well on the walleyes actually. We ended up finding all of them in the cabbage beds and caught them casting stickbaits over the top. Size was very respectable. Might help you out a little.

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BF.....have you talked with Dave at the resort and gotten the scoop on his slip bobber technique for catching walleyes on Pike Lake?? He'll help you out if you ask him.

Livebait rigs with a plain hook and a leech were effective for us one morning along the bulrushes. We nailed them pretty good now that I think about it--it's been 4 or 5 years though.

Elbow used to be one of my favorites. If you're comfortable fishing at night make sure you try it out there. It's the lake that first got me interested in fishing after dark. If you do a search in this forum you'll find some spots discussed in another thread for that lake.

Juggler used to be good too.

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