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Shane

Might head up to Big Pine this next week. Never fished the lake before. I've read through all the old posts & it sounds like a great lake.
Would like to try for Walleye primarily, any tips/spots I should be concentrating on? I do have a GPS, so if anyone can get me started that would be great.

Thanks,
Shane

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Shane

Will someone please tell me where the clam bar & hamburger hollow are. I have a contour map, but there not listed on there.

Thanks,

Shane

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Chuckster

The clam beds are on the the north end of the lake. If you line up the public access on the northwest corner of the lake and the tower to the east you should be in the right area. Hamburger Hallow is on the Southeast side of the lake and is fairly easy to find. There will be many cabins and a resort that are visable from the lake.

Getting back to the clam beds, all of those breaklines and humps in that area are great spots for walleye. I fish this area the most and made many trips down there this summer and it provided great action. Most of the fish we caught were in the middle of the day which was somewhat strange.

You might want to try the breaks off of squaw point while you are out there as well. The main thing is to keep moving out there, if you are willing to try different spots, you will eventually find fish.

Good Luck,

Chuckster

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Shane

Great thanks for the info. Hopefully the weather will be tolerable this week.

Very much appreciated,

Shane

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Shane

Fishing was very good. Walleyes were stacked off of Squaw point in 40-55ft. of water. Alot were 13's, but also caught quite a few 19-22's. Action was very fast. Jigs & fatheads seemed to be the ticket.

Thanks,

Shane

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threeway

BIg Pine is really going, this past weekend we limited in only an hour in two days. The fish were not that big, 14-15 inchers but perfect eaters. We did catch a few that were in the slot. But we must have caught 40-50 eyes in that hour each day.

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