The evening fishing was much better,we were set up along a sheltered bay fishing in high winds which created a nice break for the fish to move into.When a large school of walleye move into a break like this they start competing for food, and we knew this was the case soon as we started fishing. We were getting nice 16″-18″ walleye coming right up from the bottom racing to strike our rapala’s. We tried a few different jigs and lures but the one that seemed to have the most success was the blue and silver husky jerk or the clown husky jerk. Ron managed to close of the evening with this gorgeous 24″ walleye.
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Thank you for your comments. Al and Doris.