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Bill U

Cass Lake fishing info.

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Bringing my family to fish Cass Lake June 23 -30. Would appreciate any information that would be helpfull in catching some walleye; bait, depth and location. Will have my grand kids along and would like some ideas for keeping them interested in pan fish and northerns. Really enjoy this wed site. Thanks.

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Bill,

Walleye have been going in 13-18 foot of water on the break lines with lindy rigs and bouncer rigs. Leeches have been better one day and then the next its crawlers. For panfish take the kids into Allen's Bay and hit the weed edges for perch, rockbass, bluegill and maybe a few crappie still around. Hope this helps.

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