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WaxMan

Bush Lake /Bloomington

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How was the fishing on Bush Lake this last weekend?

I drove by on Saturday and saw a lot of people out

there Any Size to what you were catching? I may go

out there this weekend coming up. Thanks

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If I remember right, there is a small local contest held on that lake around this time of year. There has been talk of it being busy, so that may have been what people have seen as far as "lots of people." Usually it's pretty quiet (2-3 people on the whole lake), but there has been a few posts about it recently so maybe it's getting a little more pressure now. I haven't fished it for a few years, and there's northerns to be cought in the south end out from the boat launch, look for the weedline in around 12 feet of water.

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There's been a couple times where i've seen a bunch of people out there. Probably warm weather weekends or something, people taking kids out and what not

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This coming weekend is going to be great for you waxyman going to be in the thirties I think.. whistle.gif

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