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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.

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Bay lake!

I have not been to this lake in 20 years, but our family get together on my mom's side was at this lake. I forget the resorts name, but it was nice. As far as fishing, it was great but I know this does not help now.

Sorry to high jack, but I have not thought of Bay Lake in years. I think I might head up and take a look see cool.gif.

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anyone else have any informations?

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Fish the milfoil for bass. I like to hit the edges with topwater myself, other techniques will work though. Largest one ive pulled out was 3.5 lbs. Lots of 2 pounders.

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thanks for the help.

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