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31.5-inch Walleye!

31.5-inch Walleye!
31.5 inch walleye 18 inch girth

Mark Pothen

Mounds View Mn



We were fishing Farm Lake in Ely, Mn. She was caught in 19 ft of water on a 5 ft hammered copper blade/ with salmon red/blue beads and a Chart hook.

Species: Walleye

Date Caught: 09/20/2012




Kept / Released: Released

Region of Catch: Region 1

Length: 31.5


Weight:

Lure / Bait used: Bait |

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