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NickC.

Chaumont, guffins, Black River bays

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Water has gone up considerably since early May, and continues to rise. All launches require boots to launch and keep feet dry. As far as debris, I have to imagine stuff is getting floated all the while, so be careful and be mindful of land owners with your boat wakes near shore.

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 A hard SW blow the bay and surrounding areas will be a in a lot of trouble. Water isn't as high as 2017 but she is slowly creeping up.

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Bite was tough for us. 1 for 3. Had some quick short hits as well. Only fished the morning though. Headed out for Browns in the evening. I’m hoping the walleye are still around memorial weekend.


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Bite has been really hit or miss. Some get a few, some strike out. High water keeps the temp all over the map. As far as debris, I was at the cottage today and saw a really large log/RR tie/timber floating into guffin bay. Gonna be wild for a while.

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I’ve wanted to get up there the last few years around opener but with high water and unpredictability it just hasn’t worked out. Sounds like it’s been difficult at best 

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