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woodchuck909

sauk lake

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Hey Basssmasher, I read on a post that you had a cabin on sauk lake. I will be going to sauk lake last of sept. I'am looking for some info on location for bass,northerns,crappie

and walleyes

Thank You for any info you can give

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wood.. the last part of sept. finds the crappies up in the NE corner of the lake in a bay.. they will be suspended in 30-40 ft of water and will redily hit a fluflu tipped with a crappie minnow.. or a small tube bait will worl well also.. pike can be had in virtually any bay on the edge of weeds or off of Gull point.. ( get a map of the lake for a couple of bucks it will help you alot!!) i fish pike with a slip bobber N a sucker about 12-15 ft deep off of gull point.. bass will be in the same areas as the pike... walleyes should be starting to congregate around the bridge that seperates the upper and lower parts of the lake or by hooper's pasture. which is on the upper portion of the lake on the west side.. you cant miss it if you look on shore.. hope this helps you ..I'd like to get up there again soon too!

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