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We only have 1 place to walleye fish here on the west slope (not counting rifle gap cuz its numbers are almost nonexistant), and that is juniata. Here is a walleye I caught there the other day almost 20" long before I got rained out. Not wussy rain either, a freakin' huge a$$ storm. Usually I catch more than 1 but for 1 fish in a few casts that ain't bad.

Caught on a 4" gitzit thing. (not sure exactly what it is calleD)
 

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Well as long as you are reeling in walleyes. I normally dont see much action after the spring. I tend to stop targetting them unless they bite. I was reading somewhere .. Right before a storm is a good time to fish Walleye.. !


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It is real good before a storm comes. At my lake they tend to congregate in the flats where the wind blows in right before a storm comes. There is a nice initial dropoff there when the water is high and they come right up to the bank and will be there all day if it is cloudy and windy.
 
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