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Mid-May Snowbank Trip

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Hi All,

Our annual guy's trip is taking us up to Snowbank this year - mid-May.  Have a group of 8 guys, and our only experience on the lake is trolling while paddling to/from the portages.  We'll have three boats of our own, and won't go into the motor-restricted half of the lake.

 

Asking around it sounds like the fishing is pretty straight-forward this time of year as everything is pretty shallow.    Casting and long-lining seem to be the go-to's as far as we've been told.

 

Not looking for any specific locations, we're gonna do our homework there; just wondering if anyone has any input, advice or experience of your own to share.  

 

Thanks!

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