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Headed way out north East in search of crap and eyes. Thought 60’s sounded warm. I was wrong. Found some eyes but couldn’t get the crappies. Too windy for the boat so I lived the snag life. Spent the first part of the afternoon hiding from the gales and caught some small bass. Finally remembered that you must embrace the conditions. Plastics worked quick were the ticket and the fish were choking the baits. The walleye were on the thin side so the bite should be get very hot and especially turn on after a week of warm stuff. Took my slot limit 18-20’s and nothing over 21”. Bite died around 930
 

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Yah A stiff North wind to 40mph. What were you thinking? LOL.
 

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I checked pretty close before I left and it looked more 15-20ish with clouds. I have had past success on panfish on blustery days that came after a stretch of nice warm stuff. Didn’t feel too bad compared to South Park mornings a few weeks back but I’m ready for summer
 

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I was painting outside trim in that wind yesterday. Sucked.
 
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