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Old 06-25-2014, 10:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Seminoe Reservoir (Wyoming) this weekend

Going out on the boat at Seminoe this weekend for some eyes. May also try and sneak away to hit up the Miracle Mile.

I'm not gonna lie, last summer we did this and I felt like a commercial fisherman. My family has the walleye catching system down pat. Bottom bouncers with worms and lures that my great aunt makes every morning depending on what was hitting the most the day before. By the end of the trip we are catching so many eyes it isn't even fun anymore.

Anyway, anyone have some other techniques for trolling? Any specific lures the eyes like? I would like to mix it up a bit and break up the monotony of "worm, net, worm, net, etc..."

Anyone?
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What is the problem?
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Catching walleyes there is always pretty easy! There are millions!!! Troll cranks like Tail Dancers for bigger fish. Big trout like them also!
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Too many walleyes. That really sucks.
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Too many walleyes. That really sucks.
Yeah but they are all 13-15" and really skinny usually. They used to let you keep 20 a day But then they reduced to the regular Wyoming limit to streamline the Wyoming regs

My friend Heath caught over a 100 of the little guys one day and fish 101 weighed 12 lbs!
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My friend Heath caught over a 100 of the little guys one day and fish 101 weighed 12 lbs!
Sounds like a PERFECT day-
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I had the Walleye Central Get-together there about nine years ago? We had the mother of all fish frys there both nights
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Last time I boated it was a year b4 that-
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Yeah but they are all 13-15" and really skinny usually. They used to let you keep 20 a day But then they reduced to the regular Wyoming limit to streamline the Wyoming regs

My friend Heath caught over a 100 of the little guys one day and fish 101 weighed 12 lbs!
They are easy but the average for us was closer to 18"-20" with a lot of 22" and the biggest being 24".
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Are there as many unmarked hazards in that lake as I have heard? Sounds like the risk may still be worth the reward.
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