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FRESHWATER PETIE

Big point or hunter's point?

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Any good reports coming in from the east side?

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Big point has been kicking out fish.

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Trolled from Hunters to lakeside reef and around the reef three to four times last night and back down the shore towards Hunters point without so much as one fish. Tried speeds from 1-1.9 mph, hj's clown, blue chrome, glass perch, thundersticks in blue and silver, black and silver, pink and white, bomber a's in black and white, chartreusse and silver, minnow shad raps in perch, depths from 8'-16'. Couldn't find any takers. Marked very few fish on the graph. The trip was a bust but the night was beautiful. Saw one other boat off towards Big point. Lake was like glass. Good luck to you all this weekend! Sounds like the north side is a bit better right now.

Tunrevir~

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