I don't usually post unless I have something new to contribute, so here goes. All of these caught on the fly rod. After using my fast sink tip(9 ips.) and catching trees and bushes in the first part of the morning, I switched to a slower sink tip(3 ips.). Had some trouble locating the walleye until I finally stumbled on the correct retrieve. Did kind of a jerky fast retrieve that finally worked. All fish were in 11 to 13 or 14 feet of water and suspended roughly half way in the water column. I used a white meat whistle size 1/0. To my knowledge, I was the only one in the area to catch legal fish. There were some boats and those guys were jigging. They were catching lots of fish, but no keepers. I only landed 4 walleye, but only one was short. My smallest keeper was exactly 18 and the other two were just slightly longer. The wiper was in the same spot, with the same retrieve. Hooked into another wiper on the first cast after securing the first, but he threw the hook. Had a blast! Water temp was 66 at the start and 68 when I left around noon.
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