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nitroant

Daisy Bay Area Help

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Going to be going up on Wednesday this week and staying on Daisy Bay. New to the lake and looking for any info on this area of the lake. We are going to try for walleye, muskie, bass and maybe even try the crappies. Any info on baits and spots/areas to try would be great.

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nitroant,

In the early mornings and late evenings troll Shad Raps, Wally Divers, or Reef Runners in Daisy Bay for walleyes.

Fish the deep water reefs and humps in Big Bay with jigs or lindys baited with leeches or 1/2 crawler during the day.

Cliff

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Thanks for the help Cliff. Any advice for muskies?

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Sorry, I don't fish for those Gators!

Musky Tom is your best source of info. there! smile.gif

Cliff

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