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bassNspear

Favorite Summer Lake!!!!

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bassNspear

Well, as everyone may know, its about that time. Where the ice is now gone, adn the boats are coming out like hot cakes.

Lets hear about your favorite lakes in the area during the summer months. There is alot of lakes in the area, and im interested to see what people are thinking or feeling about this area.

Good Fishing

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Bobby Bass

Lake I Wanttobethere of course! the water is clear and the access deep. A variety of fish and the wind is always just right. Bugs are few and there is always a passing boat of gals who need directions. You can get the Twins game on your boat radio and your kids are never cranky. Did I mention the parking at the access with the first spot always open for you? The place where memories are made from, I'm sure you have been there..

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Gordie

any lake or river my boat or line is in! but if I had to pic one I guess it would be sugar lake.

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bassNspear

Sugar lake is a great lake to be on.

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Kyle Sandberg

I really like Pulaski but the PWC on that lake can get a little out of control. My other choice'd have to be cedar or sugar. laugh.gif

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federline

I also like Pulaski, it is such a refreshing lake. I take measures to fish when the jetski/ski boat jocks are asleep or wussed out on the weather. :-) Unless it is clear, sunny and glassy, those pests don't hit the water until 10am usually. :-)

I also like Mink/Somers before the pea soup boils over.

But Clearwater is at the top of my list - it's big enough that even on high-traffic days, everyone can find structure to work for what they want.

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Central Bassman

I love alot of lakes and only hate a few!!! Like Clearwater i just cant seem do stay on the fish ever out there!!!

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baitshopboy

well you guys r naming of those big name lakes, ill stick to the little ones... haha... ok starting withjohn lake... great bassin' and defintly got to hit the northerns... Indian is another good lake for bass. dang them bucket mouth were on a feeding frenzy with our wacky worms. Locke was a good contender in consistancy. Nuthing real big for the pike, but did manage to get quite a bunch. These lakes lie north of annadale though... Little lakes sure do have the potential to through out the big ones.

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Kyle Sandberg

I'll agree wiht that. Biggest crappie came from one of those hundred acre lakes. Like Rock for pannies.

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Gordie

some years back I had a hey days on Locke for crappies with the biggest one weighted in at 1 3/4 lbs it was weighted at the old big lake bait store. also smaked a few eyes out of their. havent been their for 8 years might have to check it out again. Indain has always been good for a great bass bite for me also.

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