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wish2getwalleye

ok where to???

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walleyecheeks

What are looking to catch? Which part of the metro?

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wish2getwalleye

sw side of metro looking for the eyes or crappies any hints?

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TrophyEyes

How SW? I like Harriet or Calhoun. They are very easy to access, and its one of those that you can come out at 3:30 or 4pm and fish for 3 hours and really hit the bite. When it stops at 6:30 go home, you won't catch anything else traditionally. If you have the new Lakemaster chip in your GPS and a vexilar you can find the brakes and weed edges very easily. It seems like the weed line is about at 16ft in most places. If you don't have those items and you just want to walk out. Look for the holes, they should make a line on the edge because I know a lot of folks have "tested" the entire break. If you are in the weeds, move deeper and get on the edge. You won't catch much over 3lbs, but the action is pretty good (perch early, walleyes, then crappies late). If you are interested in more information about these lakes, check the respective Threads.

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wish2getwalleye

kinda the shakopee chaska area

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CatchinDaCrop14

Lake O'dowd in Shakopee has been producing. Caught 35 crappies and 2 walleyes in just over an hour the other night in my permy out there. Crappies were 6-11" and the two walleyes i caught were 10". Absolutely rich Fishin!

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bigfish24

where at on o'dowd cause we were out about three weeks ago

and had no luck. we fished bye the hole off the fishing pier

about thirty yards and nothing. confused.gif

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bigfish24

hey it mike lets try harriet in minneapolis? i hear that theirs muskie and some eyes also some craps in the lake. maybe able to get a vexilar from becky's brothers friends but still going to gander on friday. grin.gif

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wish2getwalleye

ya thats cool i guess keep our eyes open for anymore options

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bigfish24

yeah.

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bigfish24

you going with on friday?

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CatchinDaCrop14

Try anywhere around the fishing pier to the rope swing where all the houses are. if you want an exact contact me at [email protected]

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wish2getwalleye

ya i am gonna try to and are you contacting guy to get the spot?

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bigfish24

what guy for what spot

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wish2getwalleye

never mind he is talking about odowd

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bigfish24

hey looks like harriet might our best bet.plus theres eye's in that there lake. and we will have two depthfinders the one i buy and the one i get from beckys bros friend. grin.gif

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wish2getwalleye

well hopefully we wont be wishin to get walleyes haha

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bigfish24

fatheads and shiners, bigsucker minnows, waxworms.got to try to catch

a muskie!!!

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wish2getwalleye

that would be nice to catch my first one

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bigfish24

yeah me too! but looking at eagle lake in carver co.some eyes and crappies, northerns and tiger muskies in it.

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bigfish24

yo got the vexs ready to go. grin.gifgrin.gif

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wish2getwalleye

aweesome hoping 4 muskie

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bigfish24

yo got the other fish finder so we got two. grin.gif

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wish2getwalleye

u going 2 gander mtn tom?

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bigfish24

u thnik u can drive to gander ive got no gas.

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