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Kickin Bass

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Kickin Bass

I have been out 6 times now and only one rock bass. Been out on Big Britch outside of hunters bay, and not a thing. I have used everything. One question is how do you get to the NE side of the lake walking. Two is does anyone want to point me in a good general area of a decent lake. Looking for crappies and perch, while I wait for a walleye or two. miked420751 on yahoo if you want to keep it quiet. Just have spent too much money for me to not know where to go. Actually if anyone is interested in explaining the patterns for these fish it would be much appreciated. Thanks Guys. And I am a member.

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Genofish

Kickin bass, shoot me a email

gonefishing56310@yahoo.com

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cableguy80

I am planning on going out fishing all day Sat. and Sun. Can anyone point me in the direction of some northerns!! I am all out of fillets from this summer and I need some more for pickling. PLEASE HELP!!

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The Donk

For Norts, try Pearl way off to the left of the access in about 10-12 fow. Or Goodners has always had a good population of 2 lb pickelers, try right of the access in about the same depth. Suckers and tip ups cant go wrong cool.gif

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Genofish

Lower Spunk has plenty of Northerns.

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cableguy80

Thanks guys, very much appreciated

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mrklean

How far left of the access are the weedbeds on pearl, i use to fish then last year but havent been able to figure out where i was yet this year.

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Offalot

I've always had good luck on Mille Lacs just off of Walkon Bay to get some nice northerns with the occasional big one and some nice perch.

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    • Borch
      It usually pays off finding your own fish.   Nice report.
    • Borch
      Welcome to the forum.  Lots of good options already given.  Have some fun!
    • ozzie
      The fish are out there and they go hot and cold on the bite but they are catchable!  Anytime you can get the kids out fishing is worth it in my opinion!  Take them up and wet a line is about the only way you will find out if they can catch anything or not.  The main thing to look for before going to Red is the week leading up to the date you plan on fishing is to watch the wind speed and direction.  If blowing from the west for a few days the water stirs up and gets hard to fish. 
    • ANYFISH2
      Welcome TheEyesofanAngler! A ton of good bass lakes around the area.  For numbers of 2 to 4 lb bass, the eastern Todd County lakes near Burtrum and NW Morrison county are hard to beat as well.
    • Wanderer
      Good job guys!
    • YellowFinRed
      Have only been out a couple of times now but did get a 5.5 lb walleye my first 10 minutes out in 16 feet of water. Lots of fish in the 16-20 feet range. No jumping in the boat but catching fish on the mid lake areas. I'll be darned if I'll sit under a bridge with other boats when you can catch fish out on the lake without others boaters around.
    • Gillraker
      Any reports from Buffalo?  I would imagine that they are doing OK right out in front of the marina/beach.  Anybody?
    • DonkeyHodey
      agree with gimruis.  look to the river. Your chances of catching a 3# bass or better are exponentially better on the river.  (There's a reason SC/mississippi was chosen for the Gov's opener last year--the Mississippi around here is really a world class smallmouth fishery.)  (most river rats will tell you that you can essentially catch smallies any time of year and often as by-catch while targeting other species.)  Below the SC dam is pretty much catch and release only (all 12-20 inchers must be released) but it's quite loaded with big smallies! (and lots of good shore areas on public land)  Just be prepared to lose a few lures on snags... Frankly, If you want to stick to lakes, I think you can pretty much pick a lake in a 30 mile radius...--most produce bass in good quantity, it's just years may vary in terms of sizes.  Clearwater is good.  Consider Bass lake adjacent to it.  (...it's not just a clever name.)
    • Wanderer
      Haha!  Based on our conversation at the truck I’m going to edit that comment a teeny bit!  Cuz I know both of us had a workout.  I was still sore yesterday but it was a good sore. 😎
    • gimruis
      I like Clearwater too.  I haven't fished in in a couple years now but I used to and we caught a lot of fish out there.  The one negative was all the competition - there seemed to be a tournament almost every weekend. Another overlooked place to target smallmouth: RIVERS.  The Sauk River and the Mississippi between St Cloud and Elk River is plum full of bass and receives minimal fishing pressure (its just my opinion but rivers in general are very under fished here in MN).