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White Bear info

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Any info on how White Bear has been lately? I haven't been on it in over a month. Is there a night trolling bite to speak of? I didn't see any recent info on the Metro forum either. I'm thinking of hitting it this weekend. Any info is appreciated. LB

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was out yesterday evening, not one hit, follow or bite...

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Bassak, were you pitching for muskie or bass? thanks, LB

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both actually. Threw bucktail, huskyjerk, spinners, jnp, cranks, a whole lotta nothin'

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White Bear vs. Forest...right now I'm leaning towards forest, but if the bite for big game (pike, 'eyes, muskie) is better at WBL then I'll quickly change my plans. What's the scoop on both of these lakes?

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