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Any info on Tetonka going there for opener - Thanks

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Need any information that might help a newby to the lake. I didn't see anything in archives. Thanks in advance.

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Bassboy1645

Try the river mouths and or the structures around the points...new weeds maybe?? make sure you look on the windiest shores too. You might not like getting pounded but the fish love pounding baitfish the wind blows in.

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Muddog

Thats a hard "Q". Can't fish them, so I don't know where thay are. Cover as much water as possible until you find fish. If you have your anchor in the water before you catch a fish, you must likely won’t catch a fish. Work the bars, drop offs flats and break lines. Keep moving. Or look for the other boats and go there grin.gif.

Finding the fish is where the fun is!

Good luck every one.

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Team Otter

Focus on the areas of "first cover" with slip bobbers and leeches or drag jigs and minnows off the "first break" of the wind-ward side of the main lake points. grin.gif

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