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5 Tips to Catch Big Walleyes on Big Lakes This Fall

Photo by Robby Rhembrandt Rhembrandt with a fat fall reservoir walleye. Just north of the legendary Wild West haunt of Deadwood, South Dakota, is a sunlit playground of steep gorges, clear streams, and fat trout. Spearfish Canyon cuts through the foothills of the Black Hills and should be a destination for the bucket list of any traveling flyfisherman. However, even the best spots won’t produce if the weather turns bad.
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