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Fishing on Baby Lake????

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This will be my first time fishing Baby Lake. Anyone have any tips - smallies and panfish? How's fishin this time of year on Baby.

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Not sure what the water temps are, but I am guessing with the coming colder weather, that the lake should turn over here very soon. I was up a couple of weeks ago and water temps at the surface were at 58 degrees. It's been a bit warmer since then, but longer nights too...so...hard to tell just where everything is at.

Regardless, I think the panfish will no longer be in the shallows...they will probably be suspended over some deeper, warmer water. Bass should still be on the rocks, but deeper as well..

Good luck

Steve

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Thanks!

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