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Whitefish location

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Any one ever target Lake Whitefish? What dept and methods can one use to catch a few .... thanks Fry Daddy

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Yeah, I'll be back this friday and saturday. last week I only caught 2, both real nice 3 1/2- 4 lbs. target 30-55 fow water. I got one at 42 ft and the other at 30. buckshot rattle spoons with minnow heads work. these fish will chase, get'em worked up and then they nail it. I was on the WFC on the lower part of the lake. first Ice these fish can be speared in shallow water and as winter goes on they go deeper.( fall spawners )I pulled mine out of the smoker yesterday and they are awesome eating. If I get some more this week I'm going to try a fish boil. There might be some better lakes out there but I target eyes at the same time and maybe a stray laker too.

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