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Guys,

We are finding our fish in suspended water, running 60ft in dept and trolling over stumps at about 35 foot. This takes some trial and error and a good GPS unit, but when you get on a line, you can catch some nice walleyes.

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Miller,

I didn't say humps I said stumps, and yes this is a hell of a difference in depth. But you need to go where the fish are.

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Thats ok it must have been miller time, as far as that goes it time for me to get out of work.

Yesterday we picked up a 10.5 lbs walleye on lake francis case, we have been having good luck with stretch 20+ plugs in the orange and fire tiger colors, lots of nice fish and its been a blast.
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Where were you fishing at Francis Case. We go up around Whetestone Bay. Was up there the 9-10, only caught 2 15in. walleye, 2 smallies, and a perch. Overall it has been a slow year for us there. Over the forth of July we did limit out every day. In two weeks we are headed for North Dakota.
 

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ususally we fish between platte creek and snake creek, but once and a while we venture down south and we have had some good luck in that area as well.

We fished near joe day bay and caught several nice walleyes a couple of weeks ago. one was 27 1/2 inches and another at 25. all were released.

platte has been going really good lately :beer:
 
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