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Going to Sand Lake by Hayward this weekend for the walleye opener just wondering if there are any reports as to what I can expect for the walleye fishing?

Thanks in advance

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There's lots of 14 to 16 inchers in there but you can't keep anything under 18". At least that's what it was last year, not sure if they changed that or not. There'll be a sign at the landing with this years size limits to let you know for sure. Also a lot of muskie in there if you're into fishing for them.

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The size limit was still 18" we had a group of 12 guys and caught well over 200 fish for the weekend with only 1 keeper of 21" all the rest were 14-17" Alot of fun but too bad we didn't get more keepers.

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Yes that is a very fun lake!! Its a great confidence booster lake when other lakes aren't doing so hot even if they aren't keepers! Middle of the day, 85 degrees out, bright sun and they will still bite, its unreal. Wish walleye fising was always at least 1/2 that easy.

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Haven't been out there this winter but we're still picking up an occasional walleye where we do fish and in normal years, we don't get walleye this time of year. There's still around a foot of ice on most lakes and the snow on them is pretty much gone. You can drive on most of them if you're brave but I'm not very brave anymore, 4 wheeler is my choice. :)

I'd recommend some sort of ice grippers for your boots, the ice is pretty slick and hard to walk on without them. Good luck out there!!

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