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am taking the family to east silent over labor day. looking for any tips/techniques.
am renting pontoon and leaving boat at home. i love panfishing/bass and understand this is a walleye lake. any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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Paul Rohweller

East silent lake is a fun little lake.
The bass and panfish are plentiful. I generally don't mess with the walleyes there after the end of may.
White spinnerbaits cast into the weeds or around docks and boatlifts will produce bass and the panfish are around the weeds. Try a slip bobber with a pink 1/16th oz jig tipped with a piece of crawler, a crappie minnow or a waxworm. If the panfish are a little more agressive you might want to try a jig tipped with a 1 inch twister tail(pink)and casting to the same areas. You also might want to try pulling small crankbaits for those crappies. We were catching them on cotton lake yesterday on blue and white thunderstick juniors, they were in 6 feet of water. Good luck and have a great vacation up here!!! Paul

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chanfish

thanks paul--any size to these panfish/bass? not too concerned about it but am curious. thanks chanfish

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