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Old 03-20-2012, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm leaving today for a week of fishing at Cherokee,IV bass fished it alot and my put in is at the lower end, where can I go for one day of walleye fishing. I know the spawn is ending so are walleye in the upper main lake or in the creeks and in the river? Where is the walleye what do I need to fish with? Crawler harnesses, troll cranks, jigs. All help will be appreciated and a extra seat if u want to show me? Thanks.
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I personaly dont fish for them but have some friends that catch some nice ones on the rocky points by the twin silows pt.24. Lindy rigs tiped with night crawlers trolling slow bouncing the bottom! ( Good Luck )
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last one i caught was at night last summer on a bass jig. havent spoke to anyone that i know that have caught any. did hear that a few had been caught trolling shadraps below steam plant but don't know if that is accurate. it is also shallow up there still. might be able to go up in jetboat, otherwise would have to put in at campground at tva
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I have caught them in the summer at the steam plant on a crankbait but no keepers if it was me since its not far down the road i would go to the big D and catch em
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