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bassNspear

Tonka

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Heading out to tonka for the first time this year for bass. Not looking for anyones spots, just wondering what bays are better then others.

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I have had my most success this year in Wayzata, Robinson's and Crystal. Deep weeds with rocks is the key this time of year on Tonka. Good Fishing!!

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Was out there today. GOt everythign in 10-18 FOW. Man, that wind was rolling down them lakes today. LOL

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Where did you launch from?

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Maxwell

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I fished it for walleyes the other day, and I coulnt keep those pesky 15-18 inch bass of my lindy rigged leech. 18-25 FOW on the weedline.

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there is alot of fish in this lake. Just a matter of if you can get to them or not.

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    • Stick in Mud
      Thanks for the ice report, Sculpin.  With the weather forecasted for the upcoming week, I'm sure I'll be up there next weekend, hopefully walking out from the northwest side.   van, yeah, I hear you.  I've been up to LOW a few times, and it is very fun to know there's the chance of catching a monster....but driving all that way for a bucket full of 12'' fish?  Not my cup of tea. I'll save the money and buy three dozen T-bones to make it through the winter. I'm sure people who know the lake better than I do have done better on the weekends I'm up there, but the reports at the resort we used were pretty similar.    I like the northwest side on ML because it's where we've been for almost 20 years, but it also has close access to sand, rocks, whatever weeds remain, mud flats, transitions, etc. The only thing we don't have up there is extensive gravel.
    • BassThumb.
      I'm curious to see how this works out. Do you plan to keep the battery warm while not is use on the water? 
    • Vitreus
      How much ice??????
    • Vitreus
      Picked up a couple of these (jigging rap with wings!):  
    • eyeguy 54
      didnt need hair dryer,  it went back to normal on it's own. paint chipped also.  nice idea the flat tip, just not for me I guess.