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    Went out on lake pueblo for an all nighter. Setup for the night stalk not long before sunset. Crappie bit until 1130pm and got 11 nice ones between 11-13". While i had the fluoro green lights out, attracted alot of fry, and kept seeing all these suspended fish like this with no break. We decided to suspend one line with a medium shiner we were using for crappie. Immediately hooked up with walleye. Switch over to leeches since the crappie bite was done. At least 70 walleye later, we had 11 keeper walleye which is no easy ft for this lake with tough slot limits. The walleye bit great until sunrise with warm water temps. Many doubles and triples, a couple time we even had walleye on all 4 lines we could legally fish with. Great night for one of my youtube followers and his brother that i previously posted about giving my that thank you card. Their parents are very appreciative and having ky family over tomorrow for lunch. This is what my depth finder looked like all night in the pic. I was always told and thought walleye avoided the crappie lights, even so if true, tonight they bit the best in the green glow in the water. Give it a try. I was setup in front of a bridge with lots of structure and mid depth. I used spot lock on tm, a font anchor, and back anchor to keep the boat still with about 2 ft of slack in anchor ropes. They wanted alittle movement but not a lot and was able to fine tune the movement of the boat with slack in the anchor rope and tm. We figured this out jigging the leech on a hook.
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    I bought a submersible green light a few weeks back with plans of using it in my slip when I go back to Kansas at the end of the month. Looks like it worked really good for you! Good job!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by PannieJoe View Post
    I bought a submersible green light a few weeks back with plans of using it in my slip when I go back to Kansas at the end of the month. Looks like it worked really good for you! Good job!!


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    especially for the crappie. Surprised with all those walleyes. I think all those eyes killed the crappie bite and just rode the wave and started fishing the walleyes.

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    sounds like a great night!
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    Sounds like a great night catching Tim. Congratulations to you and your fishing partners.

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