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George or Long

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Will be spending the weekend on Long at a friends cabin we are looking for good pike and bass action. What lake would be better to fish this time of year?

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Try George on saturday if it doesnt work out you can fall back on Long, Jonah

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That's what we were thinking, what can we expect for fishing George do you have any reports, is there a good chance at some biggins? Thanks for info.

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only heard that the walleye bite has slowed on george in the in the last week. the bass and pike are almost always biting up there, look at deep water for the bigger fish. I have a buddy who used to fish down riggers and spoons up there and do VERY well on the big pike and eyes. Jonah

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Nice to hear thanks again for the info...

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