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River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ?

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1River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? Empty River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? on Mon 31 May 2010, 8:58 am

I might be going fishing on wednesday at a near by river, were going to be fishing off an old rail road bridge (now it's a bike trail)and i know there is walleye and small mouth bass in there but what bait/lure do i use for them ? confused Question scratch

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2River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? Empty Re: River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? on Mon 31 May 2010, 12:46 pm

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walleye idk
smallmouth-
i use lures that resemble crayfish so like reds n browns should be fine. and also with a smallmouth dont use too big lures like for largies, smallies have smaller mouths so they eat smaller things (lol) so i guess just downsize a little for smallies
and fish the pilars of that bridge, im pretty sure it would old a fair amount of fish at it!

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3River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? Empty Re: River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? on Tue 01 Jun 2010, 2:13 pm

Thanks for the tips cheers ,i will post back on how well it worked on wednesday Very Happy (if it does not rain Sad )

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4River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? Empty Re: River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? on Tue 01 Jun 2010, 7:30 pm

use crappie jigs.

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5River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? Empty Re: River fishing for bass and walleye ? ? ? on Wed 02 Jun 2010, 3:59 pm

@topwaterpro1 will do Very Happy thanks guys for all the tips !

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