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walleye lakes in wright county
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05/18/2007
From Buffalo
Posts: 2
Does antbody out there know of a good producing walleye lake in wright county and what should a guy use to catch them.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 0:56
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Re: walleye lakes in wright county
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12/08/2006
From Buffalo, MN
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Pull a lindy rig with live bait on any Wright County lake with walleye in it and your liable to get bit. Try Clearwater, Cedar or Buffalo, just to name a few.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 1:14
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Re: walleye lakes in wright county
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11/13/2006
From Coon Rapids & Backus, MN
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I haven't fished Wright County all that much, but have had pretty good luck on Buffalo the three times I've been out there. I agree that a Lindy Rig is a great way to start, but don't be afraid to switch it up if that's not producing. I understand the bite is pretty good out there right now.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 7:06
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Re: walleye lakes in wright county
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03/30/2007
From Big Lake, MN
Posts: 448
All good lakes named above for eye's. Some of the best eye fishing I've had is in the Crow River, use some rapala's for finding them bunched up, then use a jig/minnow combo to pluck more out of each hole in the river. Also maybe try a few other lakes by Clear Water, like Pleasant, John, also Waverly.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 8:25
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Re: walleye lakes in wright county
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05/18/2007
From Buffalo
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I was fishing palaski last night and was hammering the rock bass. Everytime I casted out i'd get one. I was using a fireball jig and a fat head.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 10:06
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Re: walleye lakes in wright county
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10/21/2005
From Wright County
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Dont forget Howard, Cokato, Collinwood, and Mary...

There is alot of good walleye lakes in Wright County!

Posted on: 2007/5/21 15:20
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