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tonyjor

Rock piles and weedbeds in Sugar

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Hey everyone! I know it's a long shot but I've had a tough time on Sugar this year. I want to up my chances and I'm wondering if anyone knows where a decent shallow rocky area or a productive weedbed is located near the west(big)access. My email is Tonyjor1212 at hotmail. Thanks for any help! I plan on heading out early monday morning. My boat's been running lousy the last two times so I did a little tune-up and put some fresh gas in. Hopefully that does the trick. Otherwise I'm limited to fishing near the landing.

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All around the southside by the access is a real good spot for Bass, Muskies and Northerns. If you're looking for walleyes get a map and check out the humps on the main lake. There are three of them on the map.

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Ole

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