Friday, May 13, 2011

Walleye Dan Says Prepare for Windy Conditions

Some challenging weather conditions may be facing anglers for the opening of the walleye season just after midnight Saturday morning.  Northeast winds up to 25 miles per hour are forecast for later in the day.

Dan Eigen, a Brainerd area fishing guide, says those conditions would be tough.

Eigen says if that is the case, fishing close to shore by the inlets might be the best bet.  But, he says a lot of other anglers might also have the same thought.

Also known as Walleye Dan, Eigen says a slow presentation with a minnow in the shallows might prove successful.

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