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We are spending next week on Big Pine, never been there before but since it is a week with all the n laws, what are some tips for this time of the year? I looked at a couple of maps and know that about 6:45 every night I will anchor in the modmlake humps and use lighted slip bobbers, but what about durimg the day. Ny 9 year old will want to be in the boat as much as possible, that is for sure. We have had some fun casting for pike in the metro this summer and I am sure that the weed beds will be holding hungry pike by this time of the year. I think the house is located on the SE end of the lake (south shore).

My brother in law who doesn't fish says the boats troll all morning and evening alng that shore line.....

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We just got back from a Week on Big Pine.

We pulled spinners in 8-12ft of water all week.

We caught a few eater Walleyes, but nothing to write home about.

Northerns: We asked the guy in town at the baitshop, if the northerns were biting. He just laughed and said to buy a few more spinners. He was absolutely right. We didn't catch many "big" Northerns, but good god we caught a lot of little ones,which was fun.

We did end up going back into the baitshop to buy more spinners..The owner just laughed a little more....

I think our boat got cut-off by northerns about 11-12 times.

You will not have a problem finding northerns to catch.

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