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My family has a cabin near nestor falls and I will be going up there this weekend. The problem is, I'm not much if a fisherman and therefore I dont ever seem to catch much. This will be the first time up there with my new wife and I sort of want to look like I know what I am doing. If anyone has any tips or location suggestions for walleye or Crappie i would love to hear.

Thanks!!

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I am assuming you have a navigational map of the area. If you take the track out of nestor falls, you will go past Cyclone Point. If you look to the right, you will see a marker bouy AS5-1. Between the marker bouy and the Island to its right, look for about three different sunken humps (20-25 feet). You will find schools of walleyes and perch moving on and off that structure all day. We were there last week and it was one of our most productive spots. Also if you continue

past the marker going towards gohere bay, you will find a sunken hump to the right and in front of the islands (few small ones and one larger) you will find walleyes moving on and off that structure (tops out at 20 ft). You will also find fish in the current in Blueberry narrows. Good Luck!

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Thanks so much for the info. I did just buy a gps off hsolist and luckily it already came with a decent program for lotw canada. Just a quick question, the marker you are talking about; is this the marker directly to the southeast of cyclone point or is there one farther to the west.

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As you pass Cyclone Point outbound, it will be almost directly to your left. To the left of it, the lake opens up into gothere bay. It will have the marker number printed on it.

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I misdirected you on the first reply. You will be looking to your left as you go past Cyclone point outbound(Not your right).

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