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Steve Foss

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Scales, I haven't heard how they are doing, but the fellows out there are after walleyes. The bottom is mostly sand, and there are some breaklines and a bit of structure here and there.

I've only fished the bay once for eyes, and didn't see any, but they are out there.

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their after walleye, I've been out there only 1 time early morning didn't do well, but I hear the bite is excellent from 3to7 pm. a freind of mine went down last wed. 2 guys 11 eyes and probably missed 30 biggest one 5 pounds. (Ihate working afternoons)

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thanks for the info I'll have to try and get out there on the weekend I'll let you guys know what I find.

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Lots of small eyes and the ocasional keeper. Those who are doing well know where the breaklines and rock are. Jig spoons and dead stick a shiner 3-6 inches off bottom. Play the current.
Condor how much ice did you have out on the flats. 24 plus?

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I notice people fishing in the bay along minnesota point by the airport does anyone have any info on what there fishing and how they are doing out there.

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at least 24 inches 2 weeks ago. as for where to go we were fishing the Minn. side in about 14ft of water with a shiner 3 to 6in off bottom.

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Hello Fellow fisherpeople smile.gif Anyone been out here fishing? I was there Thurs. and got 2 Wally's 17" and 22" nice fish. I fished from 4-7pm. Then went back Fri. from 11am-2pm and missed a couple good fish. And i was there last night from 4-8pm and got a dandy 20" walleye and a jumb perch oh yea and an eelpout i wanted to keep it but no idea how to clean them ugly buggers smile.gif I was just wondering if anyone is having similar or better success i was fishing in 8-10 feet of water.

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Have been on the rock piles off and on and its been hit and miss. One night you will get a couple and miss a few and another you wont get bit. Look for rock or depth changes or get just off the channel. The humps straight out of the Big ship should be good. They are on the park point side of the channel about 50 yards.

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On my way to work I saw 3 trucks out on the Bay. Where are they driving off of? The boatlanding on Park Point? The airport? Or are they driving all the way from loonsfoot?
How was fishing today?

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I heard those going off of Loonsfoot are just driving to the end of Hog Island. True? Catching anything over there?

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I went sun. afternoon till 7 only got one 17in we went over to the Minn. side in 24ft of water

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