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Bass in Pom de Terre?

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My little brother keeps bugging me about going to Pomme de Terre bass fishing. I've told him and told him there are only about 23 bass in the whole lake, but he says he has heard rumors of more than that.

Can you guys provide any suggestions? Which access should we use? Any low water problems or uncharted obstructions. We usually only fish a couple hours and don't keep anything we catch. We both hate fish as something to eat. Lobster,Kind Crab and fresh King Salmon is food. All the rest is bait.

Thanks for any assistance. BTW, what does Pomme de Terre mean. Land of Potato??? wink.gif

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