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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 08:45 AM 08/22/09 (CST)
See Ya Summer
Hello To The
Hot Fall Bite



The summer doldrums are wrapping up and the fall bite is approaching fast with these cooler night time temps we have been getting.
I have noticed on a few lakes that those walleyes are starting to move back into the shallows. They of coarse are looking to put on the ole feed bag before Ole Man Winter gets here.
So get out your Shad Raps or Twister Tails and get to cranking or trolling in that 6-10 feet of water adjacent to the shallower weed flats and humps. Come evening a slip bobber and shiner or leech could also really produce.
Just locate your baits 1 foot from the bottom and you should hit those tasty eyes if there are some in that area.

Of coarse the key is to locate where they are at. If you know the area and have spots that have produced before…go geeeeet em!
If not, then your in for some running and gunning . Move Move Move!
Don’t hang around one spot too long. If they are there you’ll catch them and if nothing is hitting move some more until you locate the area they are holding too.
Once you find a spot and catch some walleyes. Try looking for other similar spots to see if they are holding those walleyes.

Remember that these walleyes will become very aggressive after all they are pike. Moving baits by them should induce their strike sense.
Since they are easier to catch this time of year especially the big pigs. We should practice
some catch and release ethics. Take a quick pic and toss those bigger breeders back.
The fishery will be better for it and you’ll enjoy eating those smaller more firm tastier fillets.
I know that there is a difference between what is legal and what is ethical. Do you?
We discuss these types of topics plus see fishing reports filled with pictures and videos from all over the area
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C’ya on the water!
God Bless
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 10:11 AM 08/22/09 (CST)
Good post, CK... can I grab the pic?



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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 12:14 AM 08/23/09 (CST)
been hitting some nice northerns and a few big bass lately. Definitely seeing a shift in the bite. Got a feeling its going to be an early winter so get those lines in while you can!
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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 09:10 PM 08/23/09 (CST)
Go ahead Dude!


Yes ,there is a shift. The water temps is south of 70 most days and getting cooler.



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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 01:07 PM 08/26/09 (CST)
Finally got the pic up...

Your personal photo album is located here...

http://myfishingpals.com/minnesota-fishing-pictures.taf?function=username&photoid=1748

Also, if you go to the pictures page, you will notice you are in the pull down menu for "specific Guide or Resort pictures."

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Thanks!



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