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Lake Erie

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Hey guys i was wondering about Lake Erie between Hutch & Dassel. Do you guys know of anything going on over at the lake?? confused.gif

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Welcome to the site Bass_Master1! cool.gif

What species are you looking for? By your name I'm guessing bass?

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There are better lakes than Erie to catch good bass. There are a few larger fish there, but there are lots of 12-14 inch bass. smile.gif Just park on the outside weed edges or inside edges and throw some plastics at them. smile.gif Good luck!

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I agree with Sluggo on this. Great to take your kids out they are bound to catch some 12-14 inch bass. My son and me went out there a few days ago and had a great time. Thats all that matters.

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Welcome RustyBucket. Great name!

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