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How's Ten Mile Lake ?

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Hi, me and wife are heading to Ten Mile lake August 11 as wedding anniversary. We've never been on this lake, can anybody help a little ? Mainly fishing for walleye, quite possibly evening and night fishing (yes renewing wedding "things" during daytime...D)...we'll be there to fish, not.... )<BR>What kind of lure/bait works best. Any area suggestions?<BR>It looks like a tough lake with depts up to 200', wow...<P>Thank you very much for any help<P>Val & Kathy

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Valv, it's great that you are planning on fishing in the evening as after the water starts to warm, this lake is really hard to fish due to its great depth and clear water. I usually fish this lake around the opener and have only fished it once in the summer. We used downriggers trolling rapalas for fish suspending over humps in 60 feet and caught several nice ones. Many people think that the next state record could come out of this lake. Good luck and post your results.<P>Paul<BR>[email protected]<P>[This message has been edited by Pwaldow123 (edited 07-24-2001).]<p>[This message has been edited by Pwaldow123 (edited 07-24-2001).]

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Valv,<BR>How was fishing on 10 mile? I fish the lake a bit every year and I have never been able to have much luck for walleye. So many rock bass. I would certaily appreciate a little help. I'll be up this weekend. I have caught a few walleye in the evening along the south west shore but thats pretty much it. I'll keep a rockbass count going.<BR>

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