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Blue Lake ( Hubbard Co.)

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Can anyone provide fishing info about this lake, Is it a good early of late season lake(for walleye)? Water clarity, recreational boating traffic? Does it have a good landing? Also, other than Walleye, what other species are in the lake.

Any information would be appreciated, Thanks

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Its a tough bite on Blue, there are big fish in there but they VERY rarely get caught. The old guys tell me its a fall lake but i have never done great out there. there are also a fair number of trout in the lake. they can be tough to catch but every 3 or 4 years they stock it and its a hoot. over all i think your better served to fish potato if you want to catch walleyes.

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Thanks Muskybug85, I was wondering why I had never heard much about this lake.

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a fellow co-worker of mine grew up and lives on lake; I will echo what Jonah already mentioned. There are some big fish in there, but are very difficult to catch. You probably haven't heard much on Blue because there are many other lakes in the area where the bite isn't as tough. Good Luck!

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I do pretty good on blue the trick is night fish it. Daytime go deep 20-25 when you think 12-15 its clear so think deep.

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