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Went out yesterday and battle weeds all morning, picked away for about 3 hours and had 4 walleye to show for it. When we run our spread we will put our inside 2 lines (when running flicker shad or hot n tots) on snap weights to reduce the chance of crossing lines. 

One of the newbies in the boat forgot to add the snap weight and had our flicker shad back 20 feet and caught a fish. By the end of the day we ran all our flicker shads back 20-35 feet back and finished the day with 18 keepers, 4 throw backs, 3 cats, 2 drums, 2 silver bass and a pike. 

We fished 14-17 FOW and never marked a fish up high but that’s where we caught them. 

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May I ask what port?  

 

Fishing the beach for steel a couple years ago and my guest's side of the boat is kicking my butt.  Finally see a hit and the fish is right off the board.  He was setting the plugs 10-15' back to my 50-75.

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