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Wayne Kruse |
Published: Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 1:09 p.m.

Potholes Reservoir

Water levels are dropping, allowing walleye and bass fishermen to identify primary channels in the sand dunes and resulting in improved catch rates.

Walleye fishermen troll worm harnesses with crawlers or a slow death system with crawlers, while bass anglers throw spinner baits, Yamamoto Senkos, plastic grubs and lizards. Evening topwater action can be hot, using Rebel PopR’s, buzz baits, and plastic floating frogs such as the S-pro Bronze eye Popper Frogs.


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