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The fall walleye action can really heat up when water temps cool off, especially when it comes to rivers.

Fish that had been spread out all summer and most of the fall start to pile into deeper holes and pockets where they are easy to find and easy to catch. And best of all, the top technique is jigging and that’s as good as it gets.

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A day off from school meant more time on the lake searching for fish for the Andover High School Muskie Club. The group took to Forest Lake Oct. 17 in search of big fish and the team of sophomores Aaron Peterson and Michael Selseth reeled in a 46-inch muskie.

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Josh Weakly, 17, of Ramsey landed this 55-inch muskie in Lac Seul, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 8. Weakly was fishing with his father, Dave and brother Jeremy. Submit photos of your trophy catch and include your name, lake, date, size and species and anything else unique about it to jason.olson@ecm-inc.com  Submitted photo

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Wildlife artists can submit entries for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) 2014 pheasant stamp contest from Monday, Sept. 9, until 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20.

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As we anglers transition into the warmer summer months we need to change tactics and alter our presentations for catching walleyes. Things have changed since the opener and now we are faced with very warm water, algae water and still high water levels.  July is when I begin to change over to live bait rigging [...]

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