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Walleye dundees?

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eyecatcher

Hey guys im going up this weekend to Walleye Dundees i believe its called? in wahkon , if anybody knows anything about this place please let me know? I stayed at appeldoorns last weekend didnt have any luck so We just wanna switch it up and see if we cant get on some fish, the lady who i talked to at the resort said that they have been slamming the jumbo's and catching the occasional walleye and pike, anyways if anybody can tell me anything about this place pls let me know

thanks guys,

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burl

Fish this end of the lake quite abit.Did real well from christmas till two weeks ago on perch not many walleyes.If you go out of walleye dundeees you will be limited to the bay,there was a bad crack outside of the bay that was only crossible by snowmobile or atv.That was even scary.Not sure if it is much better now.I moved out to the flats and have been doing well on walleyes,not much for perch yet.Burl.

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eyecatcher

Thanks alot Burl I appreciate the info. Do you know of any resorts that have houses out on the flats? reason i ask is cause i only have a portable and would like to have a sleeper for the weekend? would appreciate any info.

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actually changed my mind Were gonna go to Twin Pines now, talked to them they just put there houses out onRock Pile Flat so that sounds more appealing to me than wahkon bay, any info would help on twin pines guys

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castmaster

i can tell you that walleye dundees has the best breakfast anywhere on the lake!! tackle box hashbrowns....YUM!!

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farmfishing

Twinpines works pretty hard to keep their customers on fish.

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eyecatcher

Yea I enjoyed my stay at TwinPines They were good people, Didnt catch alot of fish one 25" and one keeper, and about 10 jumbos , could have been better but what do you do? we were only in 22 FOW think we should have been deeper. Cant wait to go up again next weekend though!

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