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I am fishing Rossier later today for the first time. Any pointers on where to try for Crappies or Walleyes?

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It's not that large of lake you should be able to try it all grin.gif. As for Rossier my boat dosn't fit throught the channel sorry i can't help you on that one. On Little Watab i've caught eyes under the power line and just to the north there are some nice breaks in there. Being it's still early i would probally try the south end or the bay on the NE it's a little shallower.

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Thanks for the reply. I am taking a friend and his young son, maybe Little Watab would have better action? I want him to get into some fish. I have a 17' Lund, not sure if i would make it through the channel.

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Well, did you guys hook into anything?? Just curious, I fish the lake a few times a year!!

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We caught 5 Northerns and 6 bass until the sun came out then it shut down.

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