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Polak

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Polak

Heading up to the angle on Sat.(7/31) going to be there a week. If any one has some idea where to start I would appreciate some advice. Ususally go by Oak Island area and the three blocks, let me know Thanks.

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Polak

I should have said my father-in-law will be upto the angle, he needs all the help on tips he can get. I will be at Polar lake north of Grand Marais next week then upto LOW to do some rigging the nweekend of the 14th.

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AaronM

The first place I would hit are the reefs. The best producers I've found top out at 9 ft and go down into the 20's. The fish have been hitting pretty steady, and are still going to be out there for awhile. Try spinners with minnows/crawlers, and if thats not working, start pulling some crankbaits. If still you have not found walleye on the reefs after that barrage, head to the shorelines. As the weeks progress, slowly, they'll start moving back into the shallower water. Target them here with the same methods used out on the reefs. Start anywhere from 17 ft up to 6. Hope this helps and good luck!<P>FF <P><p>[This message has been edited by fishingfrenzy (edited 07-30-2004).]

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Polak

thanks for the advice FF.

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JZ

remember!!!!deep reefs for big fish in augest

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Froggy4371

Hey all I just got back from the Angle! Fished the 30-31- and 1st. Friday we hit the reef's in Bishops Bay! took alittle bit of time but I found them. The weather had turned cold and pushed the fish deep. By deep I mean 18 foot at the shallowest and down to 24 foot. There were 9 of us and we managed our quite afew 15-20 inchers. Also caught about 40 12 inchers! Saturday we went up to the big Narrows and tryed 2 shollower reefs with no luck. Went deep again and got back on them. The shallowest we got them was 22 foot. Sunday the weather was sunny and beautiful. Great day to be on the lake. We struggled alittle before lunch then we found them in really deep water. We still could get them at 22-24 foot of water but we hit some reefs that came out of 60 foot to 22 and 28 feet. We got into some really nice ones then. All in all it was a great trip again. Caught alot of really nice perch that we would keep to eat for shore lunch. Also caught about 20 rock bass and 10 smallmouths. What fun! I will be heading up again in 3 weeks and can not wait!!! If anyone has any questions let me know. I can attempt to answer them! <P><P>------------------<BR>Jigging For Pigs!!

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JZ

Rock Bass = -10 points.

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