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My son and I do a camping trip up the Sawbill in the fall and I usually fish some of the lakes like 4 mile, Wilson, Crescent and Toohey.

 

I am looking for recommendations on some others like Cascade.

 

Is this a lake you can use a motor on or is it just to rocky to motor around?

 

We do a lot of C&R and enjoy catching Smallmouth and Walleys but want to have a  change of screnery.

 

Any thing anyone can share about Cascade? Don't want your spots but if you have danger area's that would be appreciated.

 

 

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Bigfatbert
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No problems on random travel on Cascade , and yes it can put out a good bite on the walleyes at times ,but few if any Smallmouth to be had there . There is a nice public access. Would be a nice change of scenery too if your getting burnt out on Crescent ... as for places to try I would keep it basic and target shoreline breaks early season and small humps , which there are quite a few of , in mid summer , and back to shore breaks in fall .Getting  back to Crescent , I had some great bites there using 1/8oz pearl white jigs in the fall.  get um !

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JBMasterAngler

Cascade is a nice little lake. No smallmouths in there. Supposedly a decent walleye lake. Crescent is a much better walleye lake. Two Island would be the best choice. Very good walleye lake, and full of big smallies. Also plenty of rocks to take out a lower unit. Devil Track is full of little walleyes. Bass fishing isn’t as good as it used to be, but still plenty to catch.

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