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hill7410

Fishing Pine Island on March 18th

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hill7410

I just got back from fishing LOW, right on the other side of pine island, I talked to other people around me and they said that they had a hard time catching fish, However i was able to limit out on walleye's but when i went out to deeper water, i could not find any saugers, i was able to have a fish fry on friday and still get my limit on saturday, i ended up with limits of walleyes but only 3 saugers, not to bad considering what other people were saying. I am sure the bite will pick up as the weather gets warmer.

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bturck

Hill: Thanks for the report. I'm headed up on Wed afternoon for a couple of days. Hopefully some stable weather will help by that time. Bill

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Royal Dutchman

Hill,

Thanks for the report. I did hear some similar word from others. How deep and what times were you finding the eyes?

What kind of presentation was working if you had a trend?

Thanks again.

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crop

We did very well brought home 36 eyes and saugers and about 15 tuliipees over all good weekend of fishing for us

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hill7410

I was in 18FOW and was just jigging, it was weird though, they were hugging the bottom and you could bring it up 3 feet and they would come up and nail it, other times i would have the jig in front of their face they wouldnt bite, mostly from 6 to about 10 and then from 3 to 6 were the best times, i would definatly recommend a ATV or snowmobile, it is hard to get off the beaten paths with a truck.

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Mike Sertich

Thinking of heading up to Pine Island this weekend. Fished the past 2 weekends with mixed results. Fished Garden and Zipple. Need some advice if anyone would offer. Fish alone and have sled or 4wheeler so I am flexible. Thanking all of you in advance

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hill7410

Hey Mike if you have a GPS shoot me a email @ [email protected]

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