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Mgreseth

Chase lake

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Does any one know much about Chase Lake outside of deer river? I will be going out there in a few weeks, what can you expect to catch out there? Any one fished it Lately

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they have walleyes and they are catchable , perch,northern for sure and I think some bass and panfish too

Jason

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Like Jason said there are 'eyes in there, but they can be very difficult to catch. I usually go fish largemouth up there and once in a while crappies. This time of year try texas rigged or carolina rigged worms on the weedlines. I've also had real good luck with deep diving cranks on the weedlines. I've never caught a piggy largie out of there, but lots of fish in the 10-15" range. If you're fishing with kid's, a slip bobber rig with leeches should keep them busy with sunfish and bass. I think the lake got pounded for northerns and have only had 1 follow while bass fishing.

Brian

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That is very helpfull thank you so much, I will be fishing mostly by myself. I'll try to find a few eyes and some bass on the weed lines. I feshed it a few years back and did well on bass and northerns but all were pretty small.

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