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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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tackle tom

How come nobody talks about Cass Lake and the conditions ??? I am going there end of june and would like to pick up a few perch. Can anyone reccommend a spot to start ?? Thanks tackle tom

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Hey Tom, <P>I just wanted to let you know there is now a Cass Lake forum open. As for those Jumbo Perch your seeking, you can't beat fishing the main lake structure with light jigs and minnows. Try finding points anywhere from 7-16 feet deep, they will move up and down these depending on time of day. Good luck!<P>------------------<BR>First Choice Guide Service<BR>The Cass Lake Chain<BR><A HREF="http://www.firstchoiceguide.com" TARGET=_blank>FirstChoiceGuide.com</A><BR>Phone: (612)730-9620

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mr marbles

Hey Tom, The region around potato islands is a good bet for perch and occasional walleye and muskie,and the dog's head in allens bay is a weedy sand point that produces some nice perch and walleye if their in there troll the weed edge with live bait rig, jigs work well also after you locate them, another spot to try is a under water point just before the channel to pikes bay just a little north of the landing it attracts walleye and perch year round, cass lake is best fished with your electronics good luck!

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tackle tom

I just wanted to thank those who responded to my inquiry. I will let you know how we do.If anyone would like information on deer hunting state land in eastern wisconsin just ask. Thanks again

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