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    Ever since I hooked a nice Walleye last year my dad has devoted every second in the boat with me to hooking into a couple good ones for the fryer. I usually try jigging different color twister tails and they seem to be working. Atre there any other methods/gear that would help get some 'eyes on the table?

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    Fish rocky points in the evening. Troll nightcrawlers that are attached to worm harnesses. Use lipless crankbaits like rattle traps. Use live leeches on 1/8 oz. jigs. Walleye love leeches. A simple snelled hook rig with a gob of red worms (multiple wriggling worms) on a #6-#8 hook on the bottom can also be good.

    Slip bobber fishing of minnows on 1/8 oz jigs works too.

    Good Luck!!

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