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After all this rain, will you guys change tactics on the Mo?

I might head that way on wednesday, looking for a little input, thanks.
 


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I think it's going to depend on what you find once you get out there. I've never hit the water thinking I was only going to use one thing all day long. I'll stick with jigs for now and then probably pull out the cranking rods.
 

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I'm guessing it's muddy. What Mike said, might have to get some noise in the water. Cranks might be the ticket.
 

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Is the water warming up ??

The post spawn should be ending and the fish should be spreading out and putting on the feedbags. I'm looking forward to covering more water this year.

Gajo, if the water temp is over 50* consider tipping your jigs with crawlers or starting to pull rigs (slo-death)(Lindys )

I always seem to find time to crank a spot or 3 :D

I haven't caught a walleye in two weeks I'm starting to get twitchy.....
 

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Find some slack water behind sandbars cast or drag jigs, cranks should work depends on the water(how dirty ) there is still some nice fish around
 


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He anybody been out to see just how dirty it is?! I know someone on this site has to have been out yesterday. Was at the oar yesterday and watched a boat fishing across. They didn't stick around long which doesn't give me hope. We are heading out in an hour. Will post back on how we do!
 

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Water didn't seem any dirtier than usual today lots of logs floating down though.
 

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18-24 inches of visibility yesterday. Like Ericb said, some small logs and sticks floating down. Corps must have bumped up the flows a tad. Fishing is good.
 

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Water temp was 59 last night. Water seemed pretty clear considering. I could see my crank over 4 feet down.
 


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