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MuskieFever

Namakagon

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I'm currently fishing Namakogon in the nasty cold, not having much success. Targeting walleyes and crappies. Fished dawn to well into dusk with only northerns, a smallie, and a perch. Any advice on structure to target? We will be fishing tomorrow as well. Anything helps.

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Not having ever fished it I cant be much help, but I can say your not the only one struggling to catch fish during this cold snap. If I was you, I would do this though: Look for shallow water over some vegetation. There at least you may be able to catch more fish? Lately the dead sticks and set lines have been having more success for us. Good luck, and never hesitate to give us a call for any tips/etc..

good luck,

JH

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Thanks I appreciate it! Today wasn't much better. Northerns were semi active which helped keep up moral. Other than that a few perch were caught. It's funny because I didn't get a chance to read your report until now and that was exactly our game plan today; shallow vegetation. Beautiful scenery up there.

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