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Lake Winnie Fishing Report for June 6, 2010
Hello, from Big Winnie!
The walleyes are going really good right now in the weed lines, in 5 to 8 feet of water. Jigs and shiner minnows have been the ticket. Keep your boat moving rather fast 0.8 to 1.5 mph. The Bar and Hump walleye bite is also going well for the bigger walleyes and you will find them in 18 to 28 feet of water. Rigs and shiners or leeches have been working well all week.
The perch fishing has improved somewhat in the weed beds in the 7 to 8 foot depths.
The pike bite is not bad, but quite a number of 22 to 25 inch fish are being boated right now. There's not a lot of activity from the big pike.
The water is on the clear side with visibility down to 9 feet in spots. The best fishing has been with the wind. Calm days go in to the deeper water.
Panfish, in smaller lakes like Sucker, Ball club, Big and Little Cutfoot, have been good early and late in the day. Outside the deeper weeds has been best for the good panfish.
Water temps on Lake Winnie are at 67 to 69 degrees.
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See you on the lake!