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    Mid summer Walleye anybody??

    My fiance's parents have a cabin up on Lake Reno and I am heading up there for the 4th. Wondering about any fishing reports from that lake or if anyone has fished it this time of the year.

    I guess the perch population is huge right now, but I think I'll stick with walleye.

    Or just any thought on Mid summer walleye strategies.
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    Originally Posted by Budweiser
    My fiance's parents have a cabin up on Lake Reno and I am heading up there for the 4th. Wondering about any fishing reports from that lake or if anyone has fished it this time of the year.

    I guess the perch population is huge right now, but I think I'll stick with walleye.

    Or just any thought on Mid summer walleye strategies.

    I "Used to" go to Reno all the time... (It's a 66 minute drive from my backdoor.)

    Do yourself a favor... Don't even bother bringing Walleye Gear...

    2001-2003 it was AWESOME for Walleye...

    Then the multiple perch classes SLAMMED into it, and turned the Walleye off completely.

    Right now that Perch class it at it's absolute climax...

    Last time i went out there 3 weeks ago, I threw EVERYTHING at that goddam lake to try to pick up a Walleye... Nothing but perch...

    HOWEVER!!!

    The perch fishing on that lake is SUPREME...


    Hell I just got back from Winnie, (The Ultimate Jumbo Perch Factory of the State.) And I have to say, that fishing both Reno and Winnie just two weeks apart... That Reno is even with, if not a head of Winnie when it comes to a high population of large perch.

    So if you love eating perch like I do, it's going to be a great time... Bring some small snell rigs, tons of leeches and crawlers... Make sure you have a drift sock on board, and go to town on the perfect eater perch... Maybe you'll luck into a Walleye...

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    If you're coming out of the HWY 29 access near Green Iguana, go to the right... The lake widens out... Then there is a shallow bay... Set up on long drifting runs in front of the shallow square bay... Run Snells or Jigs with small leeches, and you should be able to turn up a nice meal for two every 3 hours.

    As a back up plan I would also make sure to have some Flu-Flu's... There are some emergent weeds, and the lake often sees a MASSIVE mayfly hatch.

    *****

    Also note... This lake does have a Class of Walleye moving through it that was estimated to have an average length of 19 inches in 2005... However the perch and mayflies shut them down. And in my estimation will shut them down even harder through till 2007... Maybe 2008... At which time the Walleye class ought to be a ton of FRIGGIN GIANTS!

    So you'll just have to be patient, learn the lake, and reap the rewards in the future.

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    Something else to note... The Carp Spawn happens on that lake with a fervor, and it can be a blast... Might be on pace and time for that...

    AND tossing bent arm spinners around the emergent weeds will yield you TONS of LARGE BASS!

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    How's that for a lake report?
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    Originally Posted by Nainoa
    I "Used to" go to Reno all the time... (It's a 66 minute drive from my backdoor.)

    Do yourself a favor... Don't even bother bringing Walleye Gear...

    2001-2003 it was AWESOME for Walleye...

    Then the multiple perch classes SLAMMED into it, and turned the Walleye off completely.

    Right now that Perch class it at it's absolute climax...

    Last time i went out there 3 weeks ago, I threw EVERYTHING at that goddam lake to try to pick up a Walleye... Nothing but perch...

    HOWEVER!!!

    The perch fishing on that lake is SUPREME...


    Hell I just got back from Winnie, (The Ultimate Jumbo Perch Factory of the State.) And I have to say, that fishing both Reno and Winnie just two weeks apart... That Reno is even with, if not a head of Winnie when it comes to a high population of large perch.

    So if you love eating perch like I do, it's going to be a great time... Bring some small snell rigs, tons of leeches and crawlers... Make sure you have a drift sock on board, and go to town on the perfect eater perch... Maybe you'll luck into a Walleye...

    ****

    If you're coming out of the HWY 29 access near Green Iguana, go to the right... The lake widens out... Then there is a shallow bay... Set up on long drifting runs in front of the shallow square bay... Run Snells or Jigs with small leeches, and you should be able to turn up a nice meal for two every 3 hours.

    As a back up plan I would also make sure to have some Flu-Flu's... There are some emergent weeds, and the lake often sees a MASSIVE mayfly hatch.

    *****

    Also note... This lake does have a Class of Walleye moving through it that was estimated to have an average length of 19 inches in 2005... However the perch and mayflies shut them down. And in my estimation will shut them down even harder through till 2007... Maybe 2008... At which time the Walleye class ought to be a ton of FRIGGIN GIANTS!

    So you'll just have to be patient, learn the lake, and reap the rewards in the future.

    ****
    Something else to note... The Carp Spawn happens on that lake with a fervor, and it can be a blast... Might be on pace and time for that...

    AND tossing bent arm spinners around the emergent weeds will yield you TONS of LARGE BASS!

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    How's that for a lake report?
    Nice report, I'd rep ya if I could. I'm pumped about going up there i've only fished the lake twice, once was ice fishing and once was just taking a few kids out on the pontoon.

    This should be fun even though I really don't eat bass they are still fun to catch and perch taste great so I got that going for me which is nice.

    I've suspected that the population of walleye is large in the lake but they are just damn tough to catch, like you said, with the mayflies and also the population of perch.
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    Originally Posted by Budweiser
    Nice report, I'd rep ya if I could. I'm pumped about going up there i've only fished the lake twice, once was ice fishing and once was just taking a few kids out on the pontoon.

    This should be fun even though I really don't eat bass they are still fun to catch and perch taste great so I got that going for me which is nice.

    I've suspected that the population of walleye is large in the lake but they are just damn tough to catch, like you said, with the mayflies and also the population of perch.

    Yeah I don't eat Bass either... They're my back up plan to catch some stuff for fun if everything else is shut down.

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    Now are you going to be on a pontoon or a real boat when you're up there?


    If you've got a real boat... I cannot stress enough that you get a drift sock...

    Nothing uber fancy... Just pick up some $25 drift sock at Fleet Farm... Once you're out on the water use the dock line to rig it up...

    Then you can drift fish, with some floating Lindy Rigs... You'll probably pick up a ton of perch... But that's your best chance to pick up A walleye or two...

    Anchoring anywhere on that lake other than the reed beds or on a crowded hot spot at Primetime, on that lake is angling suicide!
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    Originally Posted by Nainoa
    Yeah I don't eat Bass either... They're my back up plan to catch some stuff for fun if everything else is shut down.

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    Now are you going to be on a pontoon or a real boat when you're up there?


    If you've got a real boat... I cannot stress enough that you get a drift sock...

    Nothing uber fancy... Just pick up some $25 drift sock at Fleet Farm... Once you're out on the water use the dock line to rig it up...

    Then you can drift fish, with some floating Lindy Rigs... You'll probably pick up a ton of perch... But that's your best chance to pick up A walleye or two...

    Anchoring anywhere on that lake other than the reed beds or on a crowded hot spot at Primetime, on that lake is angling suicide!
    We will be on a fishing boat. I've never actually used a drift sock, how are they connected to the boat and what purpose do they serve?
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    Originally Posted by Budweiser
    We will be on a fishing boat. I've never actually used a drift sock, how are they connected to the boat and what purpose do they serve?

    Well a drift sock ranks up there on the complicated technology scale right next to Club or Shovel.

    I mean seriously... Terry Shaivo could damn near have operated a drift sock under the guidance of Forrest Gump!
    LOL!

    Okay... That was bad...


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    A drift sock is this goofy folded cone thing, often made out of canvas.

    When you get out in drifting position, sideways to the wind you take your dock line, and unhook it from the bow ring...

    Connect the dock line to the Drift sock (There will be a little no-brainer diagram.)

    Then you toss the drift sock out into the face of the wind... (Holding on to the line of course...)

    It will unfold itself in the water... Let out say 3-4 feet of rope... Then tie it off to the bow anchor cleat with a secure 8-knot, just like you would an anchor...

    As the boat gets pushed, the drift sock fills up with water... And it acts like a counter weight giving you an added water resistance...

    It makes the boat MUCH more stable in rough conditions, and it will also slow down the rate at which the wind causes your boat to drift, thus allowing you to spend more time drifting over your desired depth.

    If the person in the bow position gets a fish, you "Might" have to pull in the sock for a brief moment... In which case you simply give it a little tug, to bring it up in the water column... There will be an odd colored line... When you pull on it, it takes the the narrow end of he cone out of the water, thus emptying the sock... So it takes like 4 seconds to bring the sock back in.


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    Since Reno is what you'd call a "Prairie Pot Hole" it has no islands or reefs with next to nothing for shoreline trees etc... Thus the wind can just slam across that bad boy... Making for a rough ride, and fast drifts... A drift sock ends up making the perfect counter...

    And of course staying longer over a prime area holding walleye, at a proper depth, increases your percentages for getting fish, while also saving you gas, because you don't have to pick up and move as often.

    Hell I bought one the weekend before Walleye Opener, for $25, and it's already paid for itself in Gas Savings!
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    Drift socks are awesome for flounder!! We used to use them when we'd drift the lower Bay around Kiptopeake and the Bridge Tummel complex. On a 15 mph wind day it makes you able to drop your sinker weight from 6-3 ounces.
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    Originally Posted by fitnessman
    Bump on the socks...If you fish from a boat..You need one!

    Yep... I'm thinking about dropping Christianity and starting a new cult where I worship the great and Mighty Drift Sock!

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    ok so a drift sock just makes you drift slowly. Why not just use an anchor or do you use a drift sock to find a spot to anchor?
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    Originally Posted by Budweiser
    ok so a drift sock just makes you drift slowly. Why not just use an anchor or do you use a drift sock to find a spot to anchor?

    Well the biggest reason, is that the fish you are going after are the spookiest fish in North America... They like to hang near bottom... And a giant plow of an anchor slamming several inches from them tends to scatter them away from the boat and thus your lures.

    It's kind of like... Imagine you are sitting at home watching TV, relaxing, and you think "Hey I could go for a sandwhich."

    Suddenly a Bulldozer slams through your living room, across your kitchen and out into the backyard... Are you still going to make a goddam sandwhich?



    Secondly... Dragging a light anchor across the bottom for long distances, means that you have a living hell ahead of you when you stop, as that anchor is going to collect up weeds, muck, rocks...

    And once it collects up enough, you're SCREWED trying to get it back up again...

    Not to mention there are more sunken trees on the bottom of a lake than most people think.

    I once hooked under a 30 foot sunken tree, and I was anchored in 35 feet of water 500 yards from the nearest shore.


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    Thirdly... The hydrodynamics are different... The drift sock sort of Bob's and jerks with a gentle tug of resistance, at a plane different than an anchor rope, which offers you increased stability.
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    Originally Posted by Nainoa
    It's kind of like... Imagine you are sitting at home watching TV, relaxing, and you think "Hey I could go for a sandwhich."

    Suddenly a Bulldozer slams through your living room, across your kitchen and out into the backyard... Are you still going to make a goddam sandwhich?
    Knowing myself pretty well the answer would be: YES!


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    Originally Posted by fitnessman
    Knowing myself pretty well the answer would be: YES!


    An anchor has a place in Walleye fishing...Just very..VERY rarely.

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    Originally Posted by fitnessman
    Yes, but NEVER under estimate of value of a good sandwhich

    I vote for a fried catfish or tilapia sammich!! Don't have any walleye handy!
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