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Lower/Upper Mission?

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I am camping on Upper Mission lake(Sept. 22-24) for the first time in 20 years. I used to camp there every summer with my grandparents but again it has been a long time. We used to get into bass, northern and sunfish but this was in the summer. I mainly know Lower Mission but I am open for any help. Any info would be great, thanks.

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I used to live on Upper,have fished it a few times this summer,did ok on bass in the pencil grass in s.w corner

of the lake.As of monday nite the ramp on upper was junk=

low water,ramp on lower is much better.

Good fishing,

Dave

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Dave, thanks for the info. Way back when, we never fished for walleyes, would it be worth a shot? Night fishing/trolling?

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The pro's say they are in there but i have never had any luck fishing for them!It is starting to warm up again and the colors are starting.

Have fun,

Dave

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Dave, thanks for the info. Hopefully the weather will cooperate and we will have a great time. It will be fun to get back to a lake that I have not been on for a long time. I will post how we did.

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