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whats the word on spring lake new on this lake and tryed at night lately any good tips to find the eye's?

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THE EYES REALLY LIKE THE WEEDS ON THE LAKE, EARLY MORNING AND NIGHTIME TRY 4 TO 8 FT DEEP. THE LAKE HAS ALREADY STARTED THE ALGEA BLOOM (PEA SOUP)SO THEY MIGHT EVEN BE SHALLOWER THAN YOU THINK, LATER IN THE DAY TRY ONE OF THE BARS ON THE LAKE IN 12 TO 16FT. DRAGGING A LEECH OR MINNOW. IF THE WALLEYES DON'T BITE TRY FOR SOME SUNFISH OR CRAPPIES.

GOOD LUCK

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