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Green Lake smallies

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Have the smallies started their fall pattern yet on Green ? Am trying to schedule one last trip before hunting starts?? How has the fishing been this year for smallies, have the new reg,s and tournaments taken a toll??

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Welcome to FM, you can still catch several smallies. You thinking cranks or livebait?

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Have usually gone with live bait, ( large sucker minnows on lindy rigs ) but have used suspending cranks a few times. Usually fish weed edges 19 to 20 ft with live bait. Two years ago, fishing by myself one afternoon, caught 35, smallest was 18 inches, ran out of bait twice !

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That's the fun of fall smallies.

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