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Old 09-25-2017, 11:50 PM
mikebossy mikebossy is offline
 
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Default hows walleye fishing at Pigeon?

have a friend in from overseas hoping to catch a bunch of half decent walleyes, hoping to hit Pigeon if the algae is gone and the fish are biting, anybody been out lately? how did you do?

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Old 09-26-2017, 06:46 AM
Moe Moe is offline
 
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May be off topic somewhat, but if you want walleye near the city, lake Wabamun is pretty decent. My son and I went 2 Sundays ago and we caught 50 in 2 hours. One was a healthy 25 inches.
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Old 09-26-2017, 07:15 AM
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May be off topic somewhat, but if you want walleye near the city, lake Wabamun is pretty decent. My son and I went 2 Sundays ago and we caught 50 in 2 hours. One was a healthy 25 inches.
You betcha. I was at Wab a couple weeks ago and couldn't keep them off. Anywhere we went you could drop a jig down and within a few moments you would feel a tap.

I found that one of those reef-runner Cicada's worked well. The amount of vibration those lures put out is absolutely amazing. When the walleye bite is on you can get a bite on every jig with one of those Cicada's I'm not even kidding!
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