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I've never been to Oneida and am looking for some info. I'd be walking. I'd obviously like to catch some walleye, but would really love to catch some burbot as by-catch. Any burbot techniques and general starting points would be appreciated.

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I only get them as by-catch but love to eat 'em when I do. Usually get 'em on structure, 15-20fow, on the North Shore or East end of the lake in March. Spoons tipped with a buckeye head near the bottom take the majority but I've also gotten a few cruising  out deep 10-15' up off the bottom on a jigging rap.


If you find them where they've moved up to spawn you can get a bunch in a hurry. They are great fighters.


Good luck!

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