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I'm heading over soon with my 18 ft. Lund Tyee, 3 of us plan to fish this evening, tomorrow and Wednesday morning. I always enjoy working with others. Shoot me a text if you're going to be out and want to work together. Thanks! 715 977-2425

 

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I'd be curious to hear how your trip turns out. I'm planning on heading up later this week. We are going to start fishing Thursday afternoon and go through Saturday weather dependent. The wind doesn't look great early this week. It looks like things might get stirred up pretty well.

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13 hours ago, DammitDave said:
I'm heading over soon with my 18 ft. Lund Tyee, 3 of us plan to fish this evening, tomorrow and Wednesday morning. I always enjoy working with others. Shoot me a text if you're going to be out and want to work together. Thanks! 715 977-2425
 
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We found some nice sized fish this morning to the west between wilson and olcott. Anywhere between 250 and 310 was best for us.

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Thanks for intel. We didn’t get out last night. Too rough for us until just before sunset. Waiting for chance of thunder storms to pass before we head out.


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I'd be curious to hear how your trip turns out. I'm planning on heading up later this week. We are going to start fishing Thursday afternoon and go through Saturday weather dependent. The wind doesn't look great early this week. It looks like things might get stirred up pretty well.

Chance of storms this morning so didn’t go out until about 9:30. Fished a couple hours and came in when it got a little rough (occasional 3 footers. Found some fish
in 320 FOW a little west of Olcott. Caught 2 in a.m. and 6 this evening. Had some nice 4 year-olds in mid to upper teens. Meat rigs were best. Rigger down 75 and mag dipsey, out 160 on 2 setting. Also caught on 300 copper. Only 1 spoon bite today.


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Chance of storms this morning so didn’t go out until about 9:30. Fished a couple hours and came in when it got a little rough (occasional 3 footers. Found some fish
in 320 FOW a little west of Olcott. Caught 2 in a.m. and 6 this evening. Had some nice 4 year-olds in mid to upper teens. Meat rigs were best. Rigger down 75 and mag dipsey, out 160 on 2 setting. Also caught on 300 copper. Only 1 spoon bite today.


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Good job Dave and crew..good luck today..


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Went back to the scene of the crime this morning. Left the dock at 6:00 and had 4 by 7:00. Finished 7 for 7 and pulled line at 9:00 to head home.

 

Meat rigs caught 5 of them. Had 6 lines out and only 2 meat rigs, rigger down 75 and 300 copper. 1.8 mph at ball was best speed for us, which seemed slow to me. Tight lines!

 

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21 minutes ago, Kwall said:

What were you running the meat rigs on

 

One was on rigger, 75' down, the other was 300 copper.

 

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Thanks, I’ll have to rigs up my 300 copper just for Garry Jackson, he loves reeling that in , 😂 

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Dave you running the 300 off of boards , we try a churches tx44, it’s was a pain , don’t know if offshore Walleye board is enough to pull the copper? 

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Dave you running the 300 off of boards , we try a churches tx44, it’s was a pain , don’t know if offshore Walleye board is enough to pull the copper? 


We run 300 copper on Off Shore boards. Just run the boards
off to the side enough to get them out of the way of landing fish.


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Thanks, I’ll have to rigs up my 300 copper just for Garry Jackson, he loves reeling that in ,  


Sorry to hear that you have to fish with GJack. I feel for you man!



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