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Coach Dog

Sugar Lake by Glen

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Coach Dog    0
Coach Dog

A friend and I will be up there next weekend (6/23). We will be targeting bass and northern and maybe some walleye. I've never fished this lake before and would appreciate any information on these species. Is it decent?

Thanks, Coach Dog

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igotworms    0
igotworms

My family has fished there often...2 aunts on the lake, and I know there's been at least 5 wally's over 10 lbs out of there, my dad has 2 of them on his wall! And 3 yrs ago I caught 7.75 lbs largemouth from a dock!

Fish the "saddle" between the holes and cast to the docks around the lake.

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Coach Dog    0
Coach Dog

Thanks igotworms! Do you suggest any patterns to try for walleyes? I'll be sure to report how we do. Are there any other reports out there?

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palisade1kid

I wish I could help you.

I have not been on that lake for 35 years.

If you want to hit some other lake in the area give me a shout.218-845-8801

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igotworms

Drag shiners or redtails over the saddle, or my dad's favorite was to slow-troll the biggest sucker minnows he could get. Good luck

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Coach Dog    0
Coach Dog

Over the top of the saddle or sides or? Shiner on a jig or lindy set-up?

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igotworms

Drift or slow troll from one drop-off to the other.(You can get a simple topo map from dnr website)

Jigs or lindys work, just have to try both and see what happens. Maybe try Gulp grubs...

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