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Was thinking about heading out there wednesday morning as I have the day off. ANyone have any advise? I'd plan on fishing
for some eyes in the early morning then some pike. I have never fished there before but I was looking for a different lake to fish since minnetonka has been kicking me around lately. Just looking for some general info, I know better then to ask for someone's honey hole etc, but any help's or ideas is appreciated. I'm on a bad streak lately, I'd play golf instead on the weekends except for the fact that I hate golf
thanks

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figured i'd try one bump before i head out there tommorow

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If your looking for eyes I have had better luck late morning to mid day and then evenings in 10-14 ft most right on the weedlines but a few scattered on the more gradual dropoffs in the same depth. The bigger ones are hitting jig/shiner and crawlers. The water is starting to turn very green so use bright jigs. The pike are pretty much all over but trolling in 12-15ft with the largest sized fat rap has turned some big ones fo me.

hope this helps

jeff

so many lakes...........so little time

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Thanks for the info jeff, I was looking on the map and it looks like there is a good point and drop off of to the right of the boat launch. I probably will start there,
and see how I do. Also I probabaly wont bust my *ss to get out there at 5 now and might sleep in a bit,
have a good one

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Was out yesterday from about 7-1. Caught only 2 small eye, about 12 inches, 2 nice pike between about 25-30 . Caught a lot of 7 inch crappies with fat head minnows while I was fishing for eyes on the west end by those buoys. Would have tried to fish for em but none of them seemed to have much size. Pretty good day to be out and the clouds kept the skiers away.

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