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Maybe next time.

May 22, 2013

With temperatures hitting the 90’s on Tuesday and 70’s for the rest of the week, I anticipated a walleye feeding frenzy when I hit the water last Friday night at about 9:30 p.m.  Wrong.  My foray into the waters of Lake Minnetonka proved rather uneventful.  Wading a shallow point scattered with rocks and sand resulted in only one scrappy 10″ smallmouth bass that smacked the jointed Rapala I was casting.  Conditions seemed favorable: mild weather and a wind swept point.  Maybe next time.

– Hats

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