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woody 1961

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woody 1961

i have been told by an alexandria resident that lake reno is a real hot spot for spring walleye fishing. HE said that is was one of the top 10 walleye lakes in the state.He also stated that there were about 8,000,000 walleyes stocked since 1999 and fishing there was hot.So with all this information i was wondering what the main lure and bait would consist of for a walleye limit.thanks to all who reply and good fishing to all

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fisherking01

Hit the access with a stack of $100 bills and a limit should be no problem!! Joking of course. There are seemingly endless combinations that work. Just like any other lake, you have to experiment. Check the local bait shops when you're in town, they can let you know what is working, or what they want to sell you!!!! Really that's the best bet for up to date info.

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ducksnbucks

Lake Reno is gem of a lake, and the walleyes bite on a wide variety of lures. I have caught eyes on lindy rigs, jigs, shad raps, floating raps, bobber fishing, and spinnerbaits, anywhere from 4 - 27 feet, all over the lake. You have to adapt to the weather, but early season jigs and lindys will work best. But later in the year anything will work. Its a great work, just try stuff and find what works. Good Luck

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