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I'm going there tomorrow for my first time. What areas, bottom type, and depth hold the fish this time of year? What are some of the better lures to use? Thank you

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Check the old posts from this time last year, tons of information.

Shallow and jigs will most likely be best bet. Shallow meaning cast the jig off the shoreline rocks.

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last weekend the bite was mainly towards the north end in the shallows sounds like fishing has gradually picked up through the week expect the fish to still be shallow try fishing around the islands over rock piles, using jig and minnow or slip bobber also try throwing crank baits. good luck

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