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schuttee_98
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 05:03 PM 08/16/07 (CST)
I will be heading up to Big Sandy for a few days this week and was wondering where the best place to find walleyes would be. I am familiar with the lake and have not fished it in a few years.

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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 06:07 PM 08/16/07 (CST)
schuttee_98, Wellcome to the fourms

I'm sure one of the other guys that fish big sandy will chime in soon and give you a full report ..



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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 07:07 AM 08/17/07 (CST)
Hey schuttee_98,

Welcome to My Fishing Pals. Glad to have you aboard!

I will be up there this weekend too. BS is a funny lake for 'eyes. I would find one of the many rockpiles and fish the top and edges at around 9 to 20 feet. Leeches work good. I usually use a plain hook, lime green or metallic red. I've heard gold spinners have been working as of late, too.

Hope this helps!



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 07:09 AM 08/17/07 (CST)
schuttee_98,
Welcome to the site, we hope you stick around a while!

I haven't been up in a few weeks, but I would have to say look for the eye's in the 6-8 feet range, just off the weed lines. Or 6-8 ft just off the many rock bars in the middle of some of the bays.



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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 09:12 AM 08/17/07 (CST)
Welcome schuttee_98, lost of Big Sandy help around these parts, they should steer you right.



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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 10:38 AM 08/17/07 (CST)
My plan is to lindy rig with crawlers and try to find the rock piles. There looks like a nice flat over by websters bay that gets to 9 ft. and is surrounded by deep water. I am also going to try to find the crappies. Thanks for the help. I will be up there Sunday -Tuesday.
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 10:59 AM 08/17/07 (CST)
Good luck, make sure to come back and let us know how you did.


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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 12:43 PM 08/17/07 (CST)
Yeah, I do Lindys too, once in a while. Good luck and post a report when you get back!



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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 11:34 PM 08/17/07 (CST)
There's no fish in that lake. smile smiley smile smiley

One thing I can say is forget every thing you ever thought you knew about fishing walleye. Cause on BSL the rules don't don't apply. crazy smiley




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Daily Subscription Msg 10 Posted: 02:10 AM 09/16/07 (CST)
Hello ppl. My folks have had their cabin on BSL for the last 40+ years. I'm glad to find out that I'm not crazy after all these years of chasing these walleyes in fun and frustration, they are not normal. I have had most of my luck trolling a Rapala very slow and jigging the rod rapidly and eraticly at weed edges but at sundown bobbers and live bait when you find them. I dont think I've ever caught any fish in deep water on that lake since the 70's. good luck and better fishing ahead.. we hope


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