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FISH-24-7-365

Any info on how fishing is out of Hunters Point Sleepers???

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FISH-24-7-365

Five of us are heading out of Hunters point the weekend of the 2nd-5th and were wondering if anyone has had any luck. Last year the jumbo's were going but the eye's were slim. We definatly dont mind the perch but would prefer walleye action. I will be bringing the portable and wheeler so moving to find some eyes wont be a problem. I guess I am just hoping some one can point me in the right direction. Or do I even need to move at all? Any help would be great.

Thanks

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The Cranker

I talked to George tonight and he is saying they are getting some nice perch along with some dandy walleyes. The flats are getting fish too but you need to be mobile to find them.

Fish On!!!

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FISH-24-7-365

Thanks Cranker it's nice to see someone else is burnin' the midnight oil. does he usually keep the houses on the gravel? Or do they get them out to the mud?

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The Cranker

I believe that George has his houses on Flamingo, Lakeside Reef, Two Mile and off Hunters Point now. He and his crew have been working their butts off dealing with ice conditions and bridges this year.

Good Luck!

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crop

I just talked to George and he said he has his houses out on the flats. I wanted to rent a house from him but he is full bummer so i woder where he really has them????? i would like to fish bye them if they are hitting.

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ratherbefishn

crop, Cranker is right on. Hunters didnt have any shacks out on the mud. There is a road out to blue jug but no one is really advertising driving out there!! I ran the wheeler out from hunters to the mud (about 6-8 miles)last weekend but I wont take my truck out there!!!

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Tony Holland

We fished out of the 10 man house this last weekend and was very dissapointed. House was fine but the fishing was no good had 12 rattle reals down at different depths and different bait with glow hooks, red hooks, everything i know and we caught 1 13 in walleye. in 3 days and nights of fishing. We were on the deep edge of Flamingo Reef 26 ft of water. i was very dissapointed with the fishing anyways everything else was fine.

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ratherbefishn

Just talked to hunters today and it sound like they have been moving some shacks out this week. Sounds like we will be out on bananna. Havnt fished there at all this year so have no idea how the bite has been that way.

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FISH-24-7-365

Tony I believe that is the same house we will be in. Hopefully it was just a weather pattern or something that turned them off and not location. We will be there on the 2nd ready to rip some lips.

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