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there is a culvert very close to were you are staying and I've done well dragging a leech or crawler (lindy) in that general area. You will have to try differnt depths to find the walleyes, but not a good area for bobber fishing. Some of the reefs and rocks work better for that. But along the shoreline there is a nice weedbed I think it will be a little west of were you are staying that you should be able to find some good northern and maybe muskie fishing. It is my favorite place to fish in the fall. I'm sure there are others that know the lake better than I and the resort should be a big help. Good luck and I hope your kids have a great time.

great fishing to all

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There is a lake named Dam Lake not far from You. Go there for panfish and bass. Otherwise pitch jigs and bobbers in 6" to 6' over any 6" to 18" diameter rocks for SM bass. Lot's of skis' up there too.

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Hey all,

Will be staying at the Red Door next week and am in need of some spots I can take the kids. Any spots where a guy can catch some northerns or bass? Are they biting? I'm figuring on bobber fishing walleyes on the edges of the flats. I only fish the lake about every other year so I'm in no way a threat to anyones honeyholes. Any help would be greatly appreciated, just need to keep 4 boys ages 5-10 from getting bored. Some GPS coordinates would be great.


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