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Author Topic: East Sister Walleyes  (Read 1801 times)

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East Sister Walleyes
« on: August 28, 2011, 01:55:21 PM »

I had not been out to East Sister Island recently so I there over the weekend.  The winds were light and out of the southwest.  The surface water temperature was 75 degrees.

The smallmouth bite was almost non-existent but the two boats around me were into the walleyes.  One guy said he was throwing crawlers on a harness.  I saw the three guys in his boat catch several walleyes.  The water depth was 10'.
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