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    Had a good day yesterday. Cool but with brilliant sunshine and not much wind. My buddy Tom and I managed a limit fishing from noon to just after 4 PM. Took us about an hour to find a bite but when we did we soon realized that the fish were holding on a drop-off about 30 feet off a sandy bank in around 8-10 feet of water. The water deepened to around 14 feet toward the channel. We worked jig heads with minnows parallel to the bank, slowly retrieving off the bottom. All the fish came within a 150 yard drift, we just worked it over and over. Lost three nice fish, released two shorts, and 8 keepers 19 to 22.5 inches, and a single nice crappie. Caught several trout also but they weren’t much of a bother.  
 

 

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Well done. You are using Ken Greenwood's favorite tactic. Ken is the guide with the log cabin pontoon boat based at Holiday Island Marina.

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5 hours ago, rps said:

Well done. You are using Ken Greenwood's favorite tactic. Ken is the guide with the log cabin pontoon boat based at Holiday Island Marina.

    I was with Ken on Thursday. We fished out of my boat on Friday and used his techniques.....it worked. He is a very knowledgeable guide and very generous with his advice. 
 

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38 minutes ago, TwinSprings said:

    I was with Ken on Thursday. We fished out of my boat on Friday and used his techniques.....it worked. He is a very knowledgeable guide and very generous with his advice. 
 

You should see the mounts at his place. Scary large walleye. Tell him I said hello.

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