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Pools 2 or 3 Bass Reports?

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Are there any bass biting on the river or should I put some gas in the truck and go to Wisconsin? smile.gif

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I got some some nice fish last friday. I actually caught my biggest pool 2 lmb ever and I have been fishing it since I was a little kid. It was 18 in and weighed 4lbs 9oz. I was only out for a few hours and I boated 5 fish and lost another real nice fish. All my fish were caught on a spinnerbait around wood in 2-4 ft with deeper water near by. I fished a few different spots and didnt spend alot of time I just covered alot of water. I think if I would have had more time I could have got some more fish. It also sounds like some guys have been getting some fish back in grey cloud although I havent made it back there yet. I will be out on pool 2 sunday for sure. The fish were definetly more active then the first time I was out and I would imagine the fishing has only gotten better since.

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what part of P2 are u gonna be on. i will be launchin at Lillydale at about 10am

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We launched below the Ford Dam. I only picked up two fish in a backwater on some wood. I had some trolling motor trouble and had to call it a day.

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hey Oly,

I run a older Terry Bass boat with a camo leaning post and a (Contact Us Please) Decal on the windshield. if u see me out come ove and say what up

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Beav,

How is the weather down there?

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I launch out of st paul park. All my spots are south of the 494 bridge.

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Hidden falls did real good from shore yesterday after the rain and when the sun cam out caught 3 eyes and 3 smallies all holding in the same downed tree.

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Smallies have been hitting well on pool 2 all weekend. Check out the shore fishing thread for my report and the pics.

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