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Trolling the shallows for walleyes

With cooling of of the lakes and as trees change color for fall, fishing patterns also change in central Minnesota.

As the weather cools, walleyes have a tendency to head for the shallows with the anglers in hot pursuit. Trolling the shallow water Monday, Oct. 18, 2021, on West Twin Lake in Nisswa a pair of anglers search for the fish.

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As the weather cools, walleyes have a tendency to head for the shallows with the anglers in hot pursuit. Trolling the shallow water on West Twin Lake in Nisswa Monday, Oct. 18, 2021, a pair of anglers search for the biting fish. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch

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