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Pikeslayer

fishing cut foot

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Im going to be camping by seelye point,but have never fished there before. Any tips would be great"

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There's actually a couple of threads on this Winnie Board discussing Cut Foot... But as a short answer I would work McAvity bay.

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you can also try the gap where it goes into winnie around there is good this time of year

Jason

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Well Ijust got back from cutfoot there sure are a lot of spots to fish. We did our best by Williums narrows in the channel in the late morning. nothing to brag about but we did get enough eyes to eat. hopefully I can get my wife to go this weekend Maybe we can get out by the channel to the big lake I seen lots of boats out there,if not we will try mc,avity bay.Thanks for the tips!!

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