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where to catch pike on Nam,Crane,and Sand Point

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Anyone know where to cast for pike on these lakes and what do you use? confused.gif

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Troll crank baits along the shore lines at 10-20 fow.....you'll get pike and eyes.

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If your in Crane try the west shore line by the green boat house , 100 yards up or down from it . I usually get some Northern while trolling a minnow and gold spinner for Walleye.

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Any weeds you can find should hold pike this time of year.

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Just got back. found a lot of Northerns on the West side of Crane trolled the creek on the north side of Pine point lodge...Careful it gets shallow in parts. Hit under the docks in the creek and if you get a big one with a yellow and red diamond spoon in its mouth that would be mine! Also in the Namakan narrows we fished the small grassy corners and tagged quite a few. Having several people using the same color lures helped a lot most of the time the first guy got bumped and the 2nd caught the fish. Also in Hammer bay south caugt a lot of larger northern. Good Luck

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