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Fishing a 2 day club tourney at Walk in Water in two weeks.  I live in South Florida and due to work and family obligations I am unable to go up and prefish. Just looking for any info or tips on this lake as I have only fished it once. Thank you in advance for any help or info.

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you need to pm rollo.  He lives on it and writes a weekly fishing report for his geezer community newsletter..

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And welcome to the forum even though you are a pain eerrrrrrrrr, cane.

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good luck. i hear that lake is super tough lately. the last time i fished it i caught fish in the northeast corner. i was looking for those arrowheads with other vegetation around. i was throwing a 7 inch gambler junebug ribbon tail. i did see a guy throwing a watermelon seed fluke and he was stroking them. what club do you fish out of? lee be careful what you say about the canes, the U is gonna right that ship this year.

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you need to pm rollo. He lives on it and writes a weekly fishing report for his geezer community newsletter..

Okay buddy you got me good, but you'll also be a geezer one day soon ;D

Welcome to the Bass Resource forum :)

Yeah, I live on Walk-In-Water, but due to boat troubles and lousy service from Hoppys Marine, Haines City,

I haven't been on any water in 3 weeks. Anyway, The Walk has been very slow during December and January,

but about three weeks ago the bass fishing really began picking up for Lois & I, and I'm sure it's only better now (barring a cold-front).

The best tournament weights of the year are normally produced during late April/early May.

There's just too much ground to cover, so it would be best if you shot me a PM with your specific questions.

Roger

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