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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-25-2017, 05:36 PM Thread Starter
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Erie walleye tactics for this time of year ?/

going to erie friday with a boat what would be good tactics to use this time of year to catch walleye ,will launch near the bay
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Plugs on boards with mono or short cores
Dipsies with spoons or harnesses
Riggers with spoons

Bottom bouncers and harnesses at 1mph can sometimes be more productive and are usually more fun.

Lots of little ones this year. Next year should be awesome.

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Was just there Saturday and did all of what Brian just suggested! We had 24 by 10 am 15" or better threw back probably 20- 25 not big enough. A bunch of small ones this year was our experience.
Had a great time though.
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Fished out of walnut the little ones are getting closer to legal. We handled probably over 150 walleye to get 18 legal. We did get an31" 9 lb walleye that was a welcomed surprise. It is going to be some great years coming for walleye.
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Wife and i got 7 keepers and about 25 throwbacks (13.5 - 15") last night in 3 hours. Dipsy spoon rigs 95 to 140 back. Boards with leadcore and plugs took some, but they are a pain to run with all the little ones.

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