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find eyes minewaska ?

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I went out christmas day last year. The first time ever fished that lake. Caught a mess of sunnies, though the big ones had black spots in the meat! thought i'd try it again this year. wheres a good spot for eyes, night or day?

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under the ice in the water.

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Roamer, learn to play nice. Waska has a few common areas for the newcomer. The Priest's Pt to Bob's Bay drop can be good in Dec, if you can get out to the high school bar/hole and slip in amoung the houses you can do well, Bottle bay can be a tough area to figure out in a short period, same for the whole Glenwood end, the best thing is to find some classic structure, and you'll need a little luck.

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Thanks for the help Mlaker3. I'll check them out this wkend.

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