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eelpout#1

Is Dead Lake dead?

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eelpout#1

Going to fish Dead Lake next week. Anybody fished it lately? What's going on? Any fish on the RAMPAGE? We did well on crappies the last time we fished there, but they were on the small side.

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Guest

We did well on the weekend of July 4th but it has been pretty slow since then. We are picking up some fish but not as much. Have been moving around to find the fish.

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Cronkite

Dead lake is dead and you should not waste your time fishing or buying any property on this lake. Ottertail or Rush are much better as is Big Pine.

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fishermatt

Cronkite, next time try not to make it quite so obvious that you're a property owner on the lake! ;-) Dead is a GREAT fishing lake. The DNR is just starting to stock Dead with walleyes, so in a few years the walleye fishing should be fantastic, to go along with Dead's already fabulous panfishing.

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bcorradi

fishermatt,

I totally agree.

take care,
Brad

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Ultralight

Just got back from a 7 day vacation on Dead lake. Fished every morning from sunrise until 9:00AM. Caught and released 15-20 Largemouth Bass every morning. They ranged in size mostly from 12-18 inches with a few topping 20 inches and the largest going 21.5 inches. They were all fat footballs and lots of fun. Plastic worms, poppers and white twister jigs all worked. Could not find many crappies and when I did they were in the 10 inch range with the largest going 13 inches. I am sure the real Bass fisherman do very well on this lake.

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