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Leech in August

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Hey Everyone - I have a quick question about Leech in August. How is the Pike fishing that late in the year? I go every year to Longville and fish the local lakes but it is always in May. As soon as fishing opens I head up north. This year I got held up. So I will be there from August 11-18. Any ideas? I usually troll until I find a good kabage spot. Will this work later in the year? Thanks - Jake

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pretty tough to keep the pike and muskies off your hooks in august up on portage

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Sounds good - we usually hang out around Bear Island - so we will now give Portage a try. Thanks!

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