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I’ve spent 13 hours on the lake. 2 different ones and I haven’t caught a darn thing.
Walleye, Trout, Bass, Perch... I’ve used worms, leeches, various lures. Not even a nibble. Multiple spots I’ve tried.
Hubby caught two smaller walleye today but I’m so over fishing. Any tips? I have to catch atleast ONE.
My uncle is a walleye champion (world champ) but he can’t be out here with us because he just got put on hospice but didn’t recommend this darn lake we’re at.
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What lake is it? Lake Sakakawea?
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Any chance of finding a local guide that you can pay a few bucks to put you on the fish?
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With leeches I would be using them on a jig and fishing the edges of the weed lines for walleye, bluegill and perch I would be using a wax worm on a small hook and a small bobber. If that doesn't work, look up lake links for the lake your fishing and they should have fishing reports for that lake.
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Bright Raven wrote:What lake is it? Lake Sakakawea?
Is that near Lake Manigottapee?