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Otisco topwater walleye 8-1

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Got out with meathunter737 and buddy bubba last night. We ended up with a 4lber, 5lber, and 6lber. Along with tons of bass keeping 7. Blue prism bomber did the eyes and anything worked on bass. Fish were caught in 2fow or less. Gonna try a midmorn troll in a few. Pics to follow.

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If i cant troll em in daylight gotta be a night bite going on. Definitely could night troll too....id rather cast tho...all nighter tonight again.

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Nnniiiiiice! Topwater with a floating bomber for the 'eyes? Love it when they are picking up floaters near shore or over shoals and flats at dusk and overnight. And those bass aren't stupid either. Sometimes it is very hard to tell which is at the end of your line until it's at the boat with the largemouth/'eye mix hitting. Your fish are fat, too!  :yes:

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Go blanked last night at the causeway. Had a bomber but not blue prism (sold out) so I grabbed one that was kinda similar. Group of guys on the end of the causeway in the good spot so that might have something to do with it...

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The blue prism makes a difference. The group on the end said they didnt get any, and had the looks on their faces that made it believable. Lanterns and waving spotlights in very shallow flat water is never gonna be a consistant producer on big eyes here. You prob shoulda hit the rocks above the marina. Causeway has been busy and loud. We had very few active fish last night and most were bass. The few walleye we had around wouldnt hit top water. A breeze would have helped! I tried 4" gulp paddle tail rigged weedless on a big weighted swimbait hook. I only managed bass, but it fished very well in the worst weeds. Biggest fish was a nearly 20 inch largie that was a personal best for bubba. Gonna try some deeper water casting spots very soon or night trolling...least favorite option!

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hey Justin,

it was nice to finally meet you last night,  we fished until around 1:30, and not an eye to be seen

 

bass were semi active for us we caught a couple decent fish, and one catfish that put up a hell of a fight, and really surprised me

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Did you find any areas with boiling bait? The alewive action was the lowest ive seen since may. We still had it boiling but a lot less.

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no bait on the surface we could find, we did mark huge bait schools, deep 10 to 12 foot down over 20'

 

we never caught a fish shallow, all the fish came deep, pulling jigs through and around bait schools

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We usually get fish "on shore" at night as well as what you are describing. I think the alewives are almost done. Only have a month or so left for a summer pattern to set up. The big walleye will be on shore by October so trolling isnt gonna last long if it ever gets good.

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