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Hey thanks for the post, but elaborate, give us some info, it makes a better report.
 

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Fished Boyd on Saturday. Caught two trout , one 18" and one at 26" using shallow Rap diver, silver color on downrigger at 20 to 28 feet. Water temp still around 42 to 44. Zero luck on Walleye.
 

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I got four trout yesterday from my honey hole. Take the kids out and get a few of those stick type bobbers, set them a foot deep,  split shot close to the bobber, not the hook  and put a minnow on it. The trout will find it on the top.

Picture of three of the four I caught yesterday, from shore.
 

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TinyPic.Com is a funny site :D. I scrolled through to the "previous" and "next" links and found some other interesting pictures that random people put up. Some made me say " :eek:" are these personal pics?! Anyhow, try it and you'll see. If it gets bad, their's a "report offensive" link also.

Anyhow, nice stockers. The two top ones would be great with butter and lemon pepper seasoning. Enjoy your dinner!
 

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Russ_in_loveland said:
fished boyd last week with no luck on walleye. got one crappie and 2 white bass by the pump house. Nothing to brag about .
Hey man, what did you use to get the crappie and white bass...also, how big were they? Where is the pumphouse?
 

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I used a wight hairbug (wight jig made with hair) 1/16 ounce. The crappe bite was very slow the one I got was small. the wight bass where fair sized maby 12-14 in. The pump house is on the S.W. corner you can get there by parcking at the south end of the state park.There is a Inlet there from a small lake. go over the bridge and fallow the trail about 1/2 mile cant miss it.
 

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wiper_stalker said:
Russ_in_loveland said:
fished boyd last week with no luck on walleye. got one crappie and 2 white bass by the pump house. Nothing to brag about .
  Hey man, what did you use to get the crappie and white bass...also,  how big were they?  Where is the pumphouse?
It's that thing we bac-meo (hmong) folks call the lighthouse.
 

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The pump house has great crappie fishing and walleyes, for the crappies try and fish down about 12 ft with a slip bobber and minnow, if possible cast under the fence, the crappies are alway in that area. ***Use  heavy line on your main line to haul the crappies over the pilings.***

For the walleye try crawlers in the summer, cast into the dingy water to the north of the pump house or work husky jerks along the rip-rap, for the perch cast directly in front of the pumphouse as far as you can with the same walleye rig or a crappie rig, the bottom is clear of snags once you clear the rocks. There are some large bluegill in front of the pump house, so take some mealworms and fish them down about 6 to 12 foot on a slip bobber.
 
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