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Basswood Lake reports? Walleye - Crappies?

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Hi All,

Heading up to Basswood Lake this Sat for 3 days. Just wondering if there are any reports out there (Wind Bay, Back Bay, etc) for walleyes. Mid lake reefs? Weedlines? Also, I would love to try and find some crappies (taking my son with). Any locations on Basswood for crappies in mid-July? Thanks so much! (also, please do not hold the WhiteSoxFan name against me!) -Tony

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Walleyes have slowed for a few days, Bass and Northern is pretty good. No one was doing anything on Crappies the reports I got from last weekend. The storm we got last Thursday hurt the eyes fishing, had another one today, we'll see tomorrow what this one did. frown.gif

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