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Big Jeff

Kids bobber spot near izatys?

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Big Jeff

Taking the fam up this weekend and it will be my boys first fishing outing in the boat. They are young so I am hoping for an hour or two of bobbers after dinner. We are staying at izatys so I am looking for a short boat boat ride as they are usually in bed by 8pm. Any ideas?

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Walleye Guy

Izaty's reef is a few hundred yards from the lake. It can be a good place to bobber fish. Any decent lake map will show you where it is.

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Mid-Lake Rock

This time of year, you will probably be able to bobber fish right in Izaty's harbor. Bluegill, crappie, perch, smallmouth and maybe a walleye are all a possibility.

I also agree that Izaty's reef is a good option.

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monstermoose78

The habor is a great spot

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southender

izatys reef is marked with buoys and is only a couple hundred yards outside the harbor. locals do fish the harbor as well

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JP Z

Another vote for Izaty's harbor. It's a multi-species bonanza

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Big Jeff

Thanks for the tips. I hadn't though about just fishing in the harbor. Now I need to find a pole that's not a piece of plastic trash. I have been to 3 stores and all the ones left feel like they are about to break before you buy it. Looking forward to getting back after a skunk on the opener.

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