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bassNspear

Bay Lake (Crow Wing County)

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I am going to be taking a trip up here the first week of September. How has the bass fishing been on this lake. Im not looking for spots, but just want to learn a bit about the lake and here some great information about this lake. Email me if you like. Hope to hear some information.

Thanks all

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Anyone have any information about this lake for bass?

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I'm assuming I know who this is so I'll go out on a limb and say...Oh, O, looks like Team Triton isn't getting any help. Who am I? All I can say is that if it was me out there, I'd be throwing a white spinnerbait ALL DAY LONG!!

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ok Graczyk, Maybe you should get your butt up there and fish it and not be a wossy.

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How did it go Bass N Spear??

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It was tough fishing. The cold front didnt help at all. I threw everythign in my box, which is a TON of stuff, but found some fish on outside weedlines with a jigworm. I saw alot of fish on the camera, but the weather must have shut them off.

That is a pretty awesome lake. The fish are small, but the area itself is relaxing.

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    • DLD24
      Nice, I'll have to start fishing it more and learn it.
    • Maverick1951
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