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We did OK. Took 10 off the bottom in 80-90 FOW - all on harnesses (17-20"). Lost three more and threw a couple back. Marked a bunch in the 40-55 FOW but couldn't get them to bite. The last few were surprisingly feisty, for September Walleye. 

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i started in the wrong are and it took us some time to get our two man limit.  We went slightly east of the Cat close to the border in 75’. We did run in to steelhead out there and got 6 and lost a few.  Ran in a bit and found a nice school of eyes.  I think the guys that crushed them were further east and not as deep. We saw a lot of boats there. Everything was the top 40’.  Renoskis and Michigan stinger spoons..

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2 man limit today. Easy fishing fish suspended 40-60 ft down. Marked a ton of fish everywhere. 65-85 ft deep. Leadcore sticks and harness on Dipsy. Harness caught a couple big fish. 9lbs and 7lbs. Sticks caught all 18-22 inchers. Plenty of boats out there and there was a lot of boats just outside the creek on the perch beds. Not sure how they were doing but they were combat style about 20 boats in 100 yds. 

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Walleyes, Steelhead, and Lake Trout...... all on a 9 color lead core with a bomber shallow stick.

We did manage a 2 person limit of walleyes today with 3 steelhead and a 14 lb laker.  Great weather and fishing, but today it was important to stay above the cold water. 

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Went out at 8, 2 man limit by noon. Gold & purple worm harnesses on dipseys 2 setting 120', riggers with cranks between 45-60'. Harnesses did better. 65-75' of water off Evangola State Park, 2.5 SOG. Beautiful day on the water, except for the bugs. Lots of huge marks just outside the creek, must be Steelhead coming in. Also a lot of perch guys around 52'.

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Went out of the catt during the game, 2 man limit in 2 hours. Got 2 slobs on the bottom in 78fow. 32" and 29". Ran most gear around the 50ft range but dropped a rigger deep and wire dipsy #3 setting 165. That's what got the bigger fish, all sticks today running a bit faster also

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Nice morning. Got out about 715. 2 man Limit by 1030. Fish were marked all over the place. From 20- tight to the bottom. 70 ft of water was best. Even a hair under 70. Sticks and harnesses split the haul. Great day but definitely rough when we got off the water at 11  BEC24B72-F336-49D0-B3F4-BFEEFC40DA46.thumb.jpeg.8278c0ec32ee7dd170e08d151243fb29.jpeg

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Good day. Got calmer as the day went on. 2 man limit by 9 o’clock. Kept fishing for fun and probably caught 20-22 fish altogether and off the water by 1030. One big slob,8 lber,  the rest were in the perfect size range 18-24.  Loved anything purple today. I used purple cranks and purple harnesses. Both worked great. Hopefully this patch of weather doesn’t screw it all up bc it is on fire right now. 

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I wonder if I talked to you today and tuesday. Did you use the Hanover launch?  We did the same as you but my go to lures have been rainbow renoskis , and Michigan stingers.  I have the black Alumacraft.

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No Chad, it has been to rough for my boat. Hope to get out once more if possible. Thursday looks good but I can't due to other commitments.

Hoping the eyes are still located off SP, Catt and Dunkirk areas.

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I was out Sunday, east of the creek, 65-75’, 2 man limit in 6 hrs. Slow start, we were dragging silver bass & perch a lot. Bottom 30’ just loaded with fish, dipseys 2 setting 135’ worked the best. Did better than the riggers, which for me that’s a first this year. All on harnesses 1.8 SOG.


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Question for all members, i have a Helix 7 SI GPS unit that I purchased last year that I haven't been able to get the SI or DI to work properly. Does anyone else have a unit like this that is working on their boat that I could switch my unit with to see if it might be my transducer and see if it works on their boat. This was the suggestion that Hummingbird gave me to verify if it was a problem with the head vs the transducer . . .

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17 hours ago, Those eyes said:

Question for all members, i have a Helix 7 SI GPS unit that I purchased last year that I haven't been able to get the SI or DI to work properly. Does anyone else have a unit like this that is working on their boat that I could switch my unit with to see if it might be my transducer and see if it works on their boat. This was the suggestion that Hummingbird gave me to verify if it was a problem with the head vs the transducer . . .

I can try to help you, PM me

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