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eyeslayer20

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eyeslayer20

Hey all, my friend and I are going to Lake Waconia probably for the first and only time this year. If anyone can give any advice or info and what to use and whats biting would be great!!!! If one doesn't want to post on here, PM me and I'll reply. We are just looking to catch some fish it doesn't matter what. Any information would be great!!! Thanks all

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BassFisherman

Was out there this morning. Caught alot of L.Bass anywhere from 4-12fow. Caught all of them on plastic stick baits, and long plastic worms with the jig head. Best spot was on the big island on the east side/point. Good luck out there!

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Troy Smutka

eyeslayer,

Bluegills are bedding in many spots on the lake, and finishing on others. Crappies are feeding heavily on the inside weed edges, as are bass. Look for firm bottom areas, often given away by pencil reeds, or home beach areas, and then look for weeds starting out in five feet of water or more. Good areas on the north shore, either side of the Marina, the NE bay, and the SW bay. Sunnies are hitting small plastics like Gulp! or Powerbait on a small jig under a float. Crappies are hitting the same, but even better is rigging the small jig and plastic with a jig spinner and slow rolling this panfish-sized spinnerbait along the inside weed edges and through the tops of cabbage weeds. Bass are hitting whatever you throw at them. We have been slow rolling spinnerbaits and working weedless spoons through the cabbage tops with great success, including many bonus pike. I noticed 70 degree water temps in some places today so it is also time to work a topweater over the cabbage early in the day. Worms and lizards will work as well if you prefer. Good luck.

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