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ethan77

End of july eyes at hoodoo point

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We are going to stay there the end of july.... i have a ok map of the lake and i ma wondering if any fellow FM people would guide me in a good direction form there to catch a few eyes... gps coordinates ok but even a general direction would be great...... never.. I repeat... never fished that lake before so it will be a experience none the less.... I hope someone can make it a good one for me... thanks guys and keep those rods wet!

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Ethan77,

Try trolling #7 and #9 floating Raps in pike Bay in the evenings. You can troll them almost anywhere in the bay and get a few fish.

Otherwise, go out into Big Bay and SLOW troll or drift with Lindy rigs baited with crawlers or leeches. laugh.gif

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July, lots of places to go. Lots of structure to the northeast around the islands. Or, head out toward Potato Island and work toward Taylor and Stonich. Lots of reefs out there in Big Bay.

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