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Was thinking of making a trip to Woman for the first time this weekend can anyone tell how the bass and pike fishing is? Or is there a different lake I can try in this area that will be better for this type of fishing?

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Dan Krone

Have been doing well on walleyes and northerns several northerns in the 24 to 36 slot limit large mouth in girl and little woman also Child some small mouth on mian lake weather changes where the active fish can be found live bait has been working well for northerns and walleyes plastics and slop baits for l.m. bass.

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walleye1957

Dan,

I have a place on Girl(Austin's Swamp)and will be heading up for over Father's Day for a week of fishing and visiting the Docksider...I have heard about your knowledge of the lake and I was wondering if you could give me alittle Musky info? I have enjoyed Woman Lake catching Walleyes,and that lake holds some nice ones...but I have tried for about 6 yrs now too hook into one of those big critters and no luck yet. Where is a good spot(s) I could try this coming weekend?

email is:

demerson@metrosales.com.

Any info is appreciated!

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9joey1

Try the bays on the edge of the weedline. Bungey Bay is usually home to some pike and skis...

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