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I have never fished it but want to give it a try this year since I have found the access on the north end. It looks to have some nice spots to try. I want to target eyes any hints from you fellow FMers? Set lines, Jiggin'? Hope to get out tomorrow before the front comes in.

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Fish the breaks close to weeds and jig a small spoon with a minnow head or waxies. Perch, Crappie, walleye and small pike.

Not a huge producer but a decent lake. Be careful it seems like someone falls through that lake every year. Last year I think 2 did.

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For sure to watch it om grand springs have a way of popping up. Last year they went in by shore.

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Most of the lake is shallow and weeds.

Northlander's advice about finding a deep edge is what you'll want to do.

I might get out in the afternoon, drop me a line if your going alone.

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I'm going to try and get out to the lake by 2:00. I will be alone so some company would be nice. Maybe we can work 2 different depths. Shoot me a email if your game. fishersland@yahoo.com. Hope to see you out there

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