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Might be headin' up to Yellow River, wanted to know what the fishin' has been like near Danbury. Need info. before this weekend, thanx.

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LiLBro, what are you going to be fishing for? I've had to work for the walleye and panfish so far this year but have always managed a few. Are you going to a specific lake? Any info like that will help us to help you.

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how's the bite going on yellow,little yellow
or yellow river??thinking about heading up friday,trolling raps,lindys or slip bobers working??crappie action going??shallow or
deep??best choice of bait,crawlers,leeches
shiners/suckers?? depending on weather may
try a little late night fishing........
was up over memorial weekend,did pretty good on the river with walleyes,northerns and smallies but no panfish to be had,whats up with that??

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I am heading up to the Yellow River this weekend just wondering how the fishing has been? I will probably be targeting bass and panfish. Any help would be great.

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will be on yellow river/lake this weekend,any
recent reports on fishing action??plan on trolling/casting for bass and maybe a little
walleye looking also,hows the panfish bite??

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