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Its warming up and the walleyes are starting to move. Hungry males are stacking up south of Highway 19 at the Mauvais Coulee and biting like crazy in the shallows around the trees at night. Keep a few to eat and return the rest so they can do their job in the upcoming spawn. The perch bite has been tough all season but we caught a flurry this morning. I was quite pleased since we have a young fellow here who has rarely fished the ice and came all the way from Nebrask and caught a couple dozen nice perch on the spot we put him on this morning just after a big breakfast at he Good Eats Cafe in Minnewaukan

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