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kongyang92
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 11:16 AM 02/24/08 (CST)
i just wnated to know if there's a place around the twin city area where i can go grab couple walleyes for dinner...


i also got a question...
you know in the regulation book for 07, they said you can have up to 6 walleye, with only 1 over 20 inches... inside of minnesota not including boundary waters...
so..
that means that we can keep 6 walleyes of any size, with only one over 20 inches right?

just wnated to clear things up
because we've been walleye fishing and we caught alot of ok size walleye around 14-16' and was wondering if we could keep those or not...

really appreciate it if someone would clear thigns up for me...
thanks
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 09:13 PM 02/24/08 (CST)
Only one little problem walleye season closes today at 11:59:59 pm
also different waters have diffant regulations grab a book at start reading
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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 09:37 PM 02/24/08 (CST)
hahaa
it's alright
wat about spring?
anyone know a good place?
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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 10:00 AM 02/25/08 (CST)
You are out of luck in most areas until May now for a walleye dinner. Unless Cub or Rainbow is running a special.

During the opener you may have a shot while the walleye are shallower for spawning. The trick is finding a lake with shore line access in a spot where walleye are likely to spawn. That can be tough though.

One spot you can try earlier is Lake Pepin on Pool 4 of the Mississippi, it has a countinous season. There are some good shore line spots near the Marina in Lake City. Its about a 2 hour drive from here but the fishing can be good at times.

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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 12:19 PM 02/25/08 (CST)
On opener you can do very well up at Mille Lacs from shore. You have to got out after dark and look for boat harbors. Grab some leeches and alighted bobber and cooler of beer! You can try the St.croix river below Tylors Falls. Jig and minnow.
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 02:40 PM 02/25/08 (CST)
hahah
alright
thanks...
heard mille lacs is filled with walleyes
havent been there but
how far is that from st. paul?
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 03:06 PM 02/25/08 (CST)
Its about 2 hours northeast of St. Paul, maybe a little less.




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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 09:01 AM 02/26/08 (CST)
There are spots all around Lk Minnetonka, that are easy to get
to, alot of the channels have Walleyes, I've caught them early
in the season from shore on the Wayzata Bay side of hwy 101
at the Gray's Bay Bridge, also look at the rivers around the
city, places like- Fort Snelling park, Ford Dam, under Minnihaha
falls, could get lucky and get a big Cat at any of the river places
to. Chris
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