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Walleye bite continues to be a grind on the east end. You earn every fish that comes to the net. Temps still have not moved and actually cooled off last night as sub 50 is the normal. Grind is all I can say and work work work. Not to mention dodge, duck, dive the chaos of boat traffic. Another female cleaned this weekend full of eggs. That’s 5 on the season so far. Stomachs have had gobies, bugs, small sheepsheads, perch, and one alewife. Pike, pickerel, silver bass, perch have also hit. The big fish of the weekend was a 42”, 21” girth, 6 plus inches wide across his head and down the back pulling down the scale just under 24 lbs. A replica is going to be made of this so if anyone has a recommendation for an artist who pay this giant the respect she deserves please share.

 

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Nice quality fish there. The tribes are still holding fish and managed a quick limit in my kayak on Saturday for my first trip of the year. All were full of perch and small bait but were spawned out.  Water is nice and dark so they don’t spook easy is 5 fow.

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