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andy j

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andy j

I will be fishing clearwater lake this week and would like to get some info. about good places on the lake to catch walleyes,pike,bass this time of year. Anybody troll cranks for walleyes or pike? Any good places to cast for bass? Thanks AJ

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Johnny B

Andy,
Clearwater is essentially two lakes. The majority of my success has been on the eastern lake. However, any of the mid-lake bullrushes are good areas to begin: Pitching a Pig & Jig or shallow running crank for bass can be productive. Working the steep dropoffs with a deep diver typically produce more pike and an occasional walleye. I prefer to cast over troll; I can thoroughly cover more area and there are too many turns to effectively stay on the drops when trolling.

Over the weekend I was looking for Crappies in the shallows, unfortunately they had already dispersed. I found walleyes to be much deeper than expected due in part to the unusually clear water. In recent years water clarity has been somewhat poor with a slightly green tint. Lengthen your snells and head deep to compensate.

Let us know how you do. Tight Lines

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