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Quick Help - Sunday!

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I have an unexpected few free hours Sunday - in the middle of the day unfortunately, but hey, gift horses & all that.

Can anyone throw me a lake name where the bass have been decently active that isn't going to overrun by people on Sunday? I only go to bigger and/or busy lakes during the week, & my few quiet weekend standbys are getting a little boring - I'd like to try someplace new. Thanks!

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If you are in the roseville area try Lake Owasso. We hae been hammering the big bass with senkos lately.

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Hey sammyboy, thanks for the info. I hadn't been up to Owasso in a couple of years on open water, so I thought I'd give it a try. Caught four good-sized bass before the first storm - complete with wind downburst that slammed me into the shallows & raked both my motor & trolling motor over a gravel bottom. I had to pull both up & paddle my way out. Moral of the story: look up from your fishing once in a while, especially if it's getting darker. smile.gif

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