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Not much of a report-went Friday and threw everything in the tackle bag-lots of skirted jigs, some swimbaits, a few cranks and nothing. Got maybe 2 bites but no hookups. Water is clear lower lake, water temp was 35-37. In about 4-6 weeks the walleye should start to turn on.

Lake is still very low-heard 41 ft low. Hopefully its gonna start catching some water.

Anyway, got top run the boat up and down the lake which I do at least once a month during winter.
 

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Byron is 41 feet exceptionally low compared to previous years?...
 

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Yes, but the lake is low and its gonna take some real spring runoff to get it back up to near full. Then they start pulling water out mid-March. Fished Pueblo for 35 yrs now and its always gone in wet and dry cycles-some years its near full and I've seen it lower than it is now.

It was a tough day out there Byron-I don't spoon anymore because it just got to be boring for me but that's probably the
best way to get at them right now. Marked a lot of suspended fish, mostly right below those shad balls, very few fish on the bottom.
 
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