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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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gofishingtom

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Will be heading up next week with 8 guys for a week of fishing..any info on how far out to go or are fish being caught in the gap areas...and at what depths should we start out at...thanks in advance will be staying at shuster..anybody else going to be up stop by say hi..<P>

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curt quesnell

Tom,<P>Once you get out on the lake you will<BR>be able to see the depths to fish by<BR>seeing where the boats are.<P>This is such a swing time the fish could<BR>be anywhere. Use you electronics to find<BR>the clouds of baitfish then watch for<BR>the arcs.<P>My favorite depths are 14 and 30 feet at Morris Point Gap and 20 feet in the light<BR>house gap. Anchor and hold the jig and <BR>minnow 6 inches off the bottom.<P><P>------------------<BR>Curt Quesnell<BR>NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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Lip RIPPER!

Curt, are you going to be up there this weekend?

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curt quesnell

I will be up winterizing trailers on <BR>Saturday. Sunday is lawn mowing day<BR>and catchup day for all the stuff that<BR>didnt get done last week when I was <BR>in Michigan. No fishing for me this<BR>weekend.<BR>Next weekend will start on Thursday with<BR>pre fishing for the Northstar classic.<P>------------------<BR>Curt Quesnell<BR>NorthCountry Outdoors Radio

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