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Here is a run down of last weeks lakes for me.

Sarah/ Cokata / Clearwater/

Was on Sarah a couple of days and catching lots of sunnies and crappies in the shallow bays 1-3 feet of water.
They both were taking minnow/crawler bobber combinations. My bobber was only about 9 inches down.

Then decided to switch over to beattle spins/ tiny tiny cranks and caught much bigger fish.

Still cant find the bass. It is really starting to *(&^(*&%( me off.

My dad and I ended taking home a dozen fish or so for a dinner.

Next headed to cokata to chase some smallies. What a day the weather was great(actually terrible) but worked great for smallies. The wind was out the south at 15+ and cloudy. Nailed the smallies on the breakline between 9 to 18 feet of water using jerkbaits, pop-r,s tiny spiner baits.

Also ended up cathcing a 11.9 lb channel kitty.

Clearwater - Main goal was to chase bass. Endeup of with 3 bass early off a deep pt in Augusta using mojo with brush hog and chart. spinner baits. Then headed for the "dam" entrance to I think grass lake and caught a few small pike on the break using cranks.

That was all. Very frustrated with clearwater this time. Normally always catch fish there.

In fact I was in a area where I have gone many times and have always caught fish. This little area has a channel to a small lake. Tried, spinner baits, cranks, wacky worms, jig/pig, lindy rig ncralwer/leeach, mojo, carlonia rig, fished the shallow side, the steep drop ledge, the deep water. Not a (*^(*^(_(*)& thing after 5 hours. Did not even see any sunnies being caught.

Will report back with more info in the wright county area. Sometime in the next week. I have limited access during the summer(see my profile).

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I've only heard that Sarah has decent panfishing... does anybody know otherwise???

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I too, want to check out lake Sarah. Coming back from Vermillion and catching a few slab bluegills reminded me how much fun they are to catch.

Too bad the average size around here doesn't compare to the ones you get outside the metro area.


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