Any walleye fisherman on here?

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  1. Matt Barnard

    Matt Barnard Elite Refuge Member

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    for 4 days last week. The majority of our fish came in 5 ft. and less. Caught a lot of walleyes, smallies and silvers in the mudlines. Limited 2 days with 5 guys in the boat. Live bait did the trick for us.
     
  2. BirdJ

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    Pretty much the same here. 6' to 20'. Fish still shallow so far before it warms up! Pitching jigs with plastic bodies and casting shallow running crankbaits into shore! FUN!:tu Keeping all the smallies big and small!!!! Big females still have eggs in them yet!!!! Don't want them to spawn!:no
     
  3. Layout101

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  4. JuvieCoot

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    I can't believe you guys admit you fish for those things.
     
  5. BirdJ

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    Ever eaten one? Didn't think so.
     
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    Nice fish there!!!! Don't know what happened to ours like that this year??????????:scratch:scratch It's just like the ALL disappeared for some reason.:eek:
     
  7. JuvieCoot

    JuvieCoot Elite Refuge Member

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    Yep I have. I prefer catching and eating this [​IMG][​IMG]


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    Thanks

    It was the opposite here this year, from April until a couple weeks ago it was hard not to limit out on nice fish on Erie this year. Everyone was hammering them.
    Best spring-early summer I can remember in a long time.
     
  9. BirdJ

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    Oh my God!!! That looks outstanding!!!:bow The inside of my mouth is going off like the 4 of July! Is that bass? Care to slide those recipes my way?:pra That bottom one looks crazy!
     
  10. JuvieCoot

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    It's yellowtail. The bottom is ceviche. Pretty simple cut fish into cubes soak in lime and Lemon juice overnight (about 70%lime). Drain then chop red onion tomato cilantro jalape?o and habanero and add to fish. Season with salt, chile powder and garlic powder. Add a healthy drizzle of olive oil and mix up Serve on tostada shells or saltine crackers[​IMG]

    That's what I made it with. You can do it with striper cod halibut mahi mahi etc


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