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Little Birch ideas

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Will be fishing Little Birch tomarrow evening. As part of a local fishing league. I was hoping for some quick help. It is multi-species, so any hints as far as SM, LgM, walleye or northern would be greatly appreciated. Lure types, depth, presentations or spots cool.gifwould be great as this is the only time I fish this lake every year.

Thanks in advance!!

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Fish the reed edges to the left of the access along the east side with white spinnerbaits for bass action, the northerns are known to hit as well. I usually hook a double twister tail on the rig as well for some added flicker. Texas rig worms along docks in the finger on the west side. Good luck getting more responses, not much for people fishing this area I guess. ooo.gif

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Thanks for the info, unfortunatly the lake was nearly dead last night. as the entire league did poorly, Little birch is usualy much better, judging by the whoopings I've taken out there.

On the bright side though, I did manage to land a beautiful 20 1/4" smallmouth out of the west finger. At least I have a new personal best. grin.gif

Again thanks for the tips!

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