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Jason Boser

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Grand Rapids Winnie fishing report

Wind, wind and more wind that has been the story in the northland this week. This means we have had to fish some smaller lakes since winnie has not been an option. We have fished Sand with some success, Cass has been decent and splithand has been good. Most of the bite on these smaller lakes has been in the emerging weeds on the bigger flats. We are using 1/8 or 1/16 oz fireball jig and a shiner. We have been out on Winnie a couple of the days and the fishing has been good also. The wind doesn’t seem to be in the same direction for any length of time so the fish seem to be in a different place all the time, but if you keep moving you will find the active fish. I have been using jig and minnow in the 6-10 ft of water but I have heard reports of fish out on the bars with leeches in the deeper water.

Good luck fishing

Jason Boser

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