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Big Gulp: Dale Hollow, Tennessee.

A unique nighttime fishery--casting subsurface lures parallel to shore in 2 to 3 feet of water to walleyes gulping bait at the surface--occurs here in May when shad are spawning on steep bluffs. By late June the walleyes have moved to main-basin flats of 25 to 35 feet, where they're easily spotted on sonar. Saugers are available, too.

Contact: Guide John Davis, Smallmouth Specialty Guide Service, 859/619-8002, smallmouthspecialty.com; Hollow Log Cabins, 859/619-8002, hollowlogcabins.com; Dale Hollow One Stop, 800/260-5447, punisherlures.com.
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Title Annotation:SOUTH
Author:Rose, David A.
Publication:Walleye In-Sider
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U6TN
Date:May 1, 2009
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