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HI I JUST TRIED FISHING MINNIE BELLE A VERY NICE LAKE AND CLEAN COULD SOMEONE GIVE ME ADVICE FOR CATCHING BASS AND PIKE. NOT LOOKING FOR YOUR SECRET SPOTS OR ANYTHING JUST BASICS DOES TROLLING OR CASTING WORK AND WHAT KIND OF LURES ITS VERY CLEAR NEVER FISHED THAT KIND OF WATER THANKS ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT

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there is alot of different things that you can do. Cast spinner baits, crankbaits.

Any type of softpastic that is a dark color in about 15 FOW you should find some fish.

There is alot of fish in this lake, just a matter of where your going to find them. Try the lagoon way ont he west side of the lake.

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Just lindy-rig the edge of the weedline in about 16-17' fishing for walleye......you'll catch all the bass you want.

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