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It all started with a PM asking questions about fishing for walleye and striper on Lake Wallenpaupack
So after a couple phone calls and texts
We decided I would show him the ropes for these night time fish hands on.
So we met up at the lake and helped him with the basics how to target these fish
And with a little luck I was able to put 79inPA on his first lake wallenpaupack walleye

I know u wanted to hook a striper but I had to break the ice lol

Congrats 79inPA(andrew)

We ended up landing 4 walleye and 1 beautiful striper
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Thanks for the help! To be honest I was more interested in catching some wallleyes than I was stripers so I reallly can’t complain about not catching any strippers.
 

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Very kind of you and glad for the success. I love fishing for eyes. Brought 3 more home last night from Lake Pymatuning. I just cast a plug for a few hours right at dark for a few hours. I have had some hawgs on this year. The best eating fish ever! You drift fishing or trolling? I have only had luck plugging the shallows as of yet.

Again well done!
 

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Thanx guys
I love to help guys willing to learn how to catch these fish on such a hard lake
We got them plugging
 
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