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riversmallmouth35

summer canoe trip

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riversmallmouth35

I am going in the boundary waters in early june starting in mcfarland then going to little john, east pike, and west pike then the same way back. I know there are lake trout in west pike but dont know how to fish them. Was also wondering what other fish are good in those lakes.

Thanks for any help.

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Nate McVey

River, there are a ton of threads in this forum about lakers and the B-Dub. Do a search for one of those key words and you will have no problem finding the info that will put you on fish.

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JBMasterAngler

Little John doesn't have alot of bass, but they are VERY nice! You'll be sure to catch some 2 and 3 pounders. If your up there in early summer they'll be along the shorelines, silver or gold mepps spinners work good. And McFarland has lot's of decent sized northerns.

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Darrin

West Pike does have a good laker population. Haven't fished it in a number of years, but used to get some dandy smallmouths out of there as well.

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