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Buffalo Bass

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TNFL    1
TNFL

I fish Buffalo for league next week and was wondering what patterns are working this time of year. In the past the lake has had a die off of weeds and finding any standing weeds seemed key. And one year when the water was really high the channel to Deer was killer.

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SluggoMaster    0
SluggoMaster

I have a few things going on there right now. Send me an e-mail to: scott AT bassmatch (Contact Us Please) com.

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TNFL    1
TNFL

e mail sent, i hope it worked.

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Tim01    0
Tim01

what ya fishing for?? ive been on the lake the past 3-4 weeks doing very very well! i'll be out there again on tuesday all day ill be more than happy to give ya whats been working for me!

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TNFL    1
TNFL

I'll be out tommorow Tuesday as well. It is an all species league but we fish for bass first pike second. Just a heads up, this lake will be highly pressured on Tuesday.

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Fever    2
Fever

Our league fished it two thursdays ago. 11 boats, 22 guys, from 6-9pm. Six fish weighed in... I think that about sums it up for Buffalo lake. Alot of Dink walleyes (under 12 inches) A couple Dandy pike that bite me and my partner off (while fishing for bass) Best fish of the evening though was a Smallie around 19 inches. Personally... I won't be wasting my time on that lake again until I have to. There are simply much much better lakes in the area in my opinion. smirk.gif

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Kyle Sandberg    0
Kyle Sandberg

It receives to much pressure for a lake its size. Also doesn't help its inside the city limits.

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Tim01

well i should be out there about first light finding whats new for the week come on over and say hi ill tell ya whats been workin at least so far we'll probably be in the weeds again if it was like last week

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TNFL    1
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There are simply much much better lakes in the area in my opinion.


Yeah, I don't particularily care for this lake either. It does hold some big pike and bass, but it is really hit and miss in my past experiences.

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Tim01

yeah was definately a miss today! a bunch of small crappies 4 small eyes and not a single bass or northern!

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TNFL    1
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We worked really hard all night for 3 bass. caught a 14 and an 18 on the south side pulling a spinnerbait over the weeds. And another 17 incher on the east side by the sandy cliff.

I thought it would be a good night with the storms???? coming in at 3 pm. Actually though the afternoon clouds looked a lot better than the evening ones.

I didn't get home until around 11 pm and will try to post a picture tonight!

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Buffalo.jpg

Nice looking fish, they looked paler when we pulled them from the lake but the picture turned out nice.

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