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Fish Lake Help?

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Does anyone have some tips for Fish Lake? I have a couple buddies visiting from St. Paul, and I'm hoping to put them on some fish (walleye or crappies). It's been a little slow so far...any luck near the narrows?? Any small hint will go a long way, thanks!!

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Try 12- to -16 feet of water then go to 10- to- 3- feet of water for the walleyes you-sing spinner and crawlers or leaches. Change color often till you get one to go right. The gills are still next to the weed edge and so are the bass smile.gif. Fish the lake not the narrows lot of small pike confused.gif. Just my two cents worth good luck out there smirk.gif

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fish in 5-10 fow in bay's or narrows, jig and minnow for crappies...slayed them yesterday!

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