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Early Morning Walleyes!!

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Has anybody had much luck with early morning Walleyes?? Any techniques and whereabouts would be appreciated. I live in Saint Cloud and was wondering if anywhere relatively close to town produces in the a.m. Thanks in advance!!!

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I would probably say that would be slim pickings at this time of year and usually Early Morning isn't quite as good as the late night bite. But never hurts to try, and you usually have alot less competition in the morning.

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I live in the park rapids area and im seeing the morning bite is better and lasts longer than the evening bite. In the evening they are bitting but only lasts for about 1/2 hour not anymore. The morning i will catch fish for a period of up to 2 hours, i know it depends on the area and the lakes but up here there is alot of lakes and they have alot less pressure than you guys have down there. I try and get out there about one hour before light so im settled in before they start to bite, so if you have a walleye spot down there i would try it if you have time. the saying is a bad fishing still beats a good day at work. good luck

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I've had luck in the morning setting up tipups on the top of a point in 5-10 ft of water. They have to be ready to go before the sun comes up because as soon as the light hits the horizon the flags start flying.

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