We took a one day/night trip up to LOW. Lots of driving in ice and snow. The high pressure clamped them up a bit but we scratched out a couple saugers and a limit of walleys. The biggest were 24 and 25 inches. Just a note "the jig" was not used with these fish! Minnows and minnow heads only! Sorry CK had to lighten it up a bit.
Way to go SB.Nice pics! If I had been there teasing those eyes with my glow worm I think I'd a heard hey got any more of those. You meat guys kill me,hahahaha! Great job anyway & I look forward to anther day of fishing with you SB. What a drive.OOOOOFDA!
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CK, I did give you a call on the way through Sunday just to see if you needed any walleyes. The resort hit a big slow down when the front hit up there as usual but a little prior knowledge of mine put us smack dap on top of them. I was flick jigging small blue rapala and all but one would hit it as it was out of the the cone of the electronics. Once agian using the rule of downsizing.
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954