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Bdurst

Spring Lake!!!

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hey im going to spring lake this weekend, gonna try and catch some eyes, and was wondering if anyone was getting any luck.......would like some tips or spots on the lake if possible. Thanks for the help

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try the points

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is there any specific depths to be in or just on the drop offs

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what spring lake are you going to? by hastings i assume since you live in lakeville?just gonna say dont eat anything out of there, high mercury content in there since it is part of mississippi river pool 2. just thought id let you know! good luck!!

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stay out deep during the day off the end of the point then work your way up to the edge toward evening. day 25'+ evening 15-20'

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alright thanks i think im going to try and get out there sat. or sun.

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I say, work the deep with spoons, jigs tipped with fatheads.

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whoops i guess your going to the one by prior lake!!

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Let us know how you do.

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