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basskiller

lacrosse area ?

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I've never had the chance to fish for bass in the lacrosse area on the river but would like to giver a try this week end. Was wondering if anybody had any info on where or any reports on the area? Any info would be great!

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Last weekend the smallmouth were bitting like crazy on wing dams and rip rap shorelines. Shallow running cranks were working well, but they would probably bite on most things. Watch out for those dogfish and pike.

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Well, if you want to catch white bass, they too are biting like crazy.

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Hey Winona Ice. Will them Smallies stay on them wing dams year around. I would like to learn alot more about fishing the river in that area. Drop me a line sometime smile.gif

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Some smallmouth will be on wingdams all summer and into the fall, but now seems to be the best time for big numbers. Picking the right wingdams is the hard part. I like to anchor in front or on the end of the dam and cast shallow cranks on the top. You will find out pretty quickly if you picked a good wingdam.

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basskiller

ive spent a lot of years fishing the La Crosse area hopefully this may help. try target lake, its roughly 1 mile south of the main channel bridge and to the east. ive found it holds alot of nice size fish but be willing to work for them. lawarnce lake just north of brownsville is said to have the highest density of bass on pool 8. it also has the highest fishing pressure. the wing dams will hold smallies year round.best luck with deep diving cranks or mid summer i do well with topwater. other wise pick a slough off the main channel and find the lumber or other structure. hope this helps and good luck

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Hey guys,

good info on this post...i'm driving up from Texas to fish Winona and then the LaCrosse area. I think I have a pretty good hold on the Winona area but LaCrosse...I've never been to. We'll be after bass and northerns. Any information is greatly appreciated. wink.gif

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