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Mark Christianson

Any bass reports on East Battle?

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Mark Christianson

Just wondering if anyone has any insight to the bass bite on E Battle.

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CPRBASS

I am curious too. How about other lakes in the area? I will be out this weekend looking for bass.

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Guest

Wish I could help you out with reports, but every time I try to get out fishing I find issues! It's been one heck of a few weeks...

I will get in some fishing this weekend and give a report for sure.

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Mark Christianson

I hope to get out as well, and I shall report back.

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CASTnBLAST

Haven't been on East Battle this year but assume the bite is like most lakes in the area.The bass are well into their summer patterns wich means you should find fish in all the traditional areas from shallow to deep providing we have at least a few days of stable weather and the wind isn't howling too bad.Great time of the year so go get em!

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Mark Christianson

Crap,
I have to work this weekend.
No Ottertail county bassin for me. I have to head to the Mississippi for smallies instead. Bummer!!!!

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Mark Christianson

Wow, no bass reports. Gonna be a search and destroy session this weekend I guess.

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