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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Ridgerunnr

Anyone done any bass fishin at Gamehaven or Willow creek? I fished those two a lot last yr with pretty good success. The Gamehaven is a hike in there but the far end was productive with topwater or med sized white twisters. I havent had time to get there this yr yet tho. Might have to try this weekend and see if any action.

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Tyler Holm

I've fished Willow about a 2 dozed times this summer. It's pretty easy for me because I'm walking distance from the dock. I've never been skunked yet, but I wouldn't say I've had any outstanding outtings either. I caught a 16" and a 14" largie and several dinks a while back and that was my best outting.

The weeds are really dying back, so a guy can fish most of the shorelines again. Each time I go, I try to get further and further from the dock and I seem to do better. At this point in the season, I'd work the middle of the water column or even the bottom. I've done my best out there with a Tadpole Spin from JB Lures. I also think one could do well with an Exude Comida (at least its been working for me in other bodies of water)

Decent day at Willow

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ikeslayer

Don't overlook chester woods. There are a good amount and size of fish in there and the ever elusive Channel cat. I haven't heard or seen to many people targeting chester's channels but i have seen some hogs come out of there. ike

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