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Try the deep drop right outside the entrance to Pine Lake. I've watched people pull fish in left and right in that spot. Can be frustrating though cause its a very small area, so one or 2 boats pretty much claim it all.

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Went and hit Holcombe this morning with the oldest, just to see what we could find, and the answer was walleyes! Within the first 5 minutes of fishing Audrey put 2 in the livewell and one slot fish, while Dad still hadn't even caught a fish! He made up for it though. We caught somewhere between 20-30 walleyes, keeping 5, and only one crappie. Bite was pretty steady til 11 am, then everything shut off. What a beautiful day to be out. Here is Audrey with her slot fish from this morning, and a couple of nice eyes (don't mind the dirt)

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Lots of good water both east and west of 27. If you have a decent sized motor there's no reason to limit yourself to one end or the other. East tends to be shallower with more stumps and weeds, west is deeper with more points, breaks, and turns. The fish will decide where they want to hold.

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