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gofishingtom

would luv to hear some reports on this lake for the past weekend.. we are heading up on tuesday to fish the week there would luv to hear on how the fishing is.. walleyes, crappies, bass and northerns...

thanks guys

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We have a place on Pokagama (Sherry's Arm)and Sat, Sun and Monday mornings went to Poole Bay and fished in the NE corner in 12 - 18 inches of water. We used small jigs with minnows and cawlers and caught many nice sunnies and a few crappies. Had my grandson with me and he had a ball. We fished twice at night off a point on the west side of Sherry's Arm and although there was a lot of activity on the fish locator on caught one 4lb northern with a blue/silver crank bait.

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HellaBass

going to be up in the area bass fishing on my bachelor's weekend. any tips for bass on pokegama?

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gofishingtom

hellbass,
the smallies where just getting up on there beds to spawn on sunday monday we had a blast fishing for them its great fun when you can see them down there and pick which ones you want to catch biggest was 20in smallie fished 2 hours sunday mnorning 2 guys and caught 25 -30 smallies some twice all released back.. have fun

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HellaBass

Are they on the main lake rocks or where do you find them this time of the year?

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gofishingtom

they were on the main lake look at map not sure what the island was called the map has the rock parts showing we were fishing in 4ft of water behind the island and could see the fish and were using jigs and shinners just pitch in there and drag through the fish they were pretty active last sunday morning.. good luck

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HellaBass

had pretty good luck with both LM & SM, the upper lakes were slow, but the main lake was snapping!

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HELLABASS....Where were you fishing bass on the main lake? What depth? What pesentation? I was there last week end and caught nothing but rock bass and small large mouth. I fished the rock piles behind Drumbeater and the shallow weeds in Salter bay. Lot's of fish all small. Any suggestions would be appreciated

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HellaBass

anytime you got wind blowing on reeds is usually a good bet, also cattails are usually good early - first light. Mishawaka bay is going good right now. Remember to practice catch & release!

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HellaBass

I know where Mishawaka Beach is on Poke' where is Mishawaka Bay?

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