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3 Hot Walleye Destinations for Late-Summer Action

Hit these must-visit water systems for some great walleye fishing action during late summer.

3 Hot Walleye Destinations for Late-Summer Action
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Devils Lake, N.D.

Fish Here: While most fish the wood, consider going deeper. From northwest to southeast, the main basin areas get progressively deeper. Choose a mini portion of the lake with a mix of shallow manmade structure and deep rock, such as the main lake or East Bay. Deep rock on steep edges throughout West Bay, the main lake and East Bay all hold good fish in 35 to 45 feet of water. Remember, those fish will likely die from barotrauma upon reaching the surface. Consider catching to eat if targeting those depths. Edges of areas like the Golden Highway, a large submerged roadbed on the west side of the lake, can be great areas to pull...

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