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1st time on big jeese 7/22-7/25 need help!

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This is my 1st time on big jesse lake,and I'll need a little help on locating where they are at,and what they are biting on.Any other related info would be greatly appreciated.Thanx to all in advance.

sea hag

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weekendjunkie

hag, tough bite up there this year so far but if you give me you email i'll put you on some of the structure out there might work out might not. email me at [email protected]
the junkie

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Thanx weekendjunkie.I will contact you.Really do appreciate it!

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Gordon,

Thanx for the info.I appreciate the time and effort getting back to me.

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Gordon Fothergill

Sea Hag,

Jessie is a great lake that has been a little stuborn in giving up her fish this year but with a little determination you will be able to get some good fish.

I will assume you have a map of the lake.

For starters check all the main lake humps wich are indicated on your map, most of the deeper humps are void of vegies so fish are easy to pinpoint. If you are not marking decent fish then switch to the weed edges. Jessie has a good weed walleye bite. The cabbabe edges run from 7-9 ft. deep. The thicker the cabbage the more fish you will find. Work crawlers/leeches behind live bait rigs (reel in and clean scum and weeds from presentation often, it will seem like your bait is in the boat more than in the water but in the end it pays off) and cover water until fish are located.

Some good cabbage edges are located south of the public access and on the West side about 2/3 of the way up the lake.

If the walleye bait fails fish the deeper bullrush at sunset for some decent slabs.

Good luck.

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