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junior9

Spring Lake (Scott County)

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junior9

Anyone ever fish this lake for eyes?

Any tips, locations, depths, anything will help.

Thanks,
~JR

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TheFatMatt

Yeah, I have. The best spot is near the eastern shore, but don't get me wrong it's deep, you'll notice that there is a light green spot where some seaweed is. Cast about 5 feet western of that green spot and you're sure to have a bite within 10/15 minutes. Just use natural worms, they seem to fare the best there. Good luck landing the fish though, they're tough in that lake.
I think it is like some kind of gangster fish lake, they're all fighters.

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FI Guide

Havent been out to spring the water is too low for my boat. There are many eyes in that lake but they all taste like mud. Try a few maybe you will like them

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jegerjack

Speaking of spring, how is the H2O level? And how does the ramp look?

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junior9

Too low? What type of boat do you have? Is it just dangerous at the landing, or are there spots through-out the lake to watch out for?

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HUNTINGBAILEY

MY BEST ADVISE IS TO GET A MAP OF THE LAKE, TRY THE DNR WEBSITE(LAKEFINDER), THERE ARE 3 BARS(POINTS) ON THE LAKE TO TRY,A LOT OF PEOPLE FISH OFF OF THEM, YOU WILL KNOW WHERE THEY ARE BY THE BOATS THAT SURROUND THEM. ONE NEAR THE ACCESS & 2 TOWARD THE MAIN BAY OF THE LAKE.

GOODLUCK

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