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Old 09-23-2021, 01:06 PM
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Thinking of heading out on Saturday for some walleye fishing and launching off of Alberta beach . With the water being low is that the best launch on the lake .
Are most of the docks pulled in ?
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Old 09-23-2021, 02:58 PM
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The dock at Warwa was still in two days ago
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Old 09-25-2021, 11:34 PM
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The dock at Warwa was still in two days ago
Was still in sept 25th as well
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Old 09-26-2021, 12:04 PM
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We launched at Alberta Beach around 10:30 . Really don't like that boat launch. It just drops like a cliff . I thing they had some one out there this year and just dig a deep hole and ran the ramp down the hole .Past the hole the water was only 1.5 feet deep . They really need to install a side dock beside the launch to get in and out of your boat . I see the future coming where they will build a marina with slips around that point .
The fishing was great ,filled our tags in minutes . The water was like glass all day so we stayed till the sun went down. Seen many walleye rise and clear the water by 6 inches .
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I was out on Saturday and did great.
I believe I landed 31 walleye and 2 pike. I picked my wife up for the last hour and she brought her work out with her and was on her laptop while slip bobbering and managed 4 walleye.

53cm was my biggest, none weighed, lots in the 43-50 slot.

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Thanks for all the replies ,just need to find some minnows ,trying to return Wed again .
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My friends pulled their docks and lifts on the Yellowstone side early this month. The water was so low, even a 14' tiller had to be rowed out 100 ' to drop the engine, and there were sand bars out even deeper. We saw very few boats on the water compared to last year, and some people never even put their boats in this year. Hopefully, the water level is much higher next year.
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