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Domino Dave
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 09:32 PM 08/04/09 (CST)
Heading up there to do some fishing. I was looking for some inside info on the Walleyes and Northerns. I already checked the DNR website and can see there is a lot of deep clear water, with a lot of structure. I'm not sure if there is many weedlines to work. Are jigging the drops worth it? Lindy Rigs? Soaking live bait on the rock piles? Leeches, Minnows or Crawlers? Fishing or Recreational pressure issues? Hot spots? I can already see the inside turns on the maps to work, but any other "better" spots would help. Thanks.
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 03:03 PM 08/07/09 (CST)
Can anyone here help this poor soul out?




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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 05:43 PM 08/07/09 (CST)
sorry to far north for me but i would go with a lindy and a floater tipped with a leech its working around here should work there i would stay in the 20plus fow


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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 09:42 PM 08/07/09 (CST)
I do not fish the lake, but those that I know that have fished it, have fished the night bite, on a hump, or piece of structure that comes up out of the really deep water, and they slip bobber it. My advice would be to go out in the daylight and mark structure that looks fishy on your GPS or chip plotter, and come back later and see what happens. Just to let you know, Winnie was 67 degrees yesterday, so I'm guessing that Wabana will be as cool, if not cooler, so adjust your tactics accordingly. Good luck!! grin smiley


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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 06:49 PM 08/12/09 (CST)
Fishing was good, the pattern was leeches over rock piles on jigs, color didn't matter. Eyes were all in the 15-20 inch range, with some nice sunfish, and some real hoggers of smallies for a nice bonus. Thanks for the tip. A couple of baggies of fillets made my freezer nice and happy. smile smiley smile smiley p.s. the water was 67 degrees.
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 08:00 AM 08/13/09 (CST)
Thanks for the update, Domino Dave!



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