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looking for any info on these two lakes . My wife and three year old son will be there staying at Pinedale resort over memorial weekend and i would like themm to catch lots of fish any help would be great any kind of fish as long as they will catch alot to keep them interested. thanks

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what type of fish are you looking to catch? Finding panfish shouldn't be too hard, I'd try fishing around some of the bigger weedbeds like ponderosa point or the hayfields. You can also catch a mix of bass and northers casting spinnerbaits around the shallows on Wabedo. I hope this helps. I'll be out on little boy mostly that weekend fishing walleyes but I'll probably come bass fish wabedo a little bit.

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There are also some small pot holes off the channel between the two lakes, check it out for some panfish along the shorelines. Good Luck

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hey joe will be up at my uncles resort on girl this weekend you goin to be at your cabin. if u are we got to hit the walleyes on both of the lakes and find them. its goin to be a good week tuesday my dad and i are running up to LOTW for the rest of the week. post back or call me

iceman

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hey thanks for the help I have gone there for the past 4 years and have had great luck seen lots of musky. We would like crappies but any fish is good. The last couple of years we could take eyes along the shore in wabedo between the two no wake channels, and down by the opening to musky bay. If you get any other info it would be great to know thanks again

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hey joe - i will be up on little boy the next weekend (4-7)let me know how walleye fishing was on mem. weekend. what was working and where you found them. i always have trouble catching walleye on LB. during the day - can you help me out with some daytime hints. BIG THANKS!!!

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The walleyes don't ever seem to be too active during the day on LB. I catch most all my fish during low light periods or after dark. If you are looking for walleyes during the day I would hit the weeds. Ive caught a few pitching jigs through the thick weeds during the day and I can remember catching walleyes while fishing sunnies in the weeds when I was younger.

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Any newer info on fishing this lakes for the Memorial weekend? I just found out I will not have to work over the weekend, so I'm heading up regardless of the weather.

Any tips on either lake would be welcome!!!!

Thanks for replies!

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joe whats up. headin up to the lake. give me a call sometime today when ever your about to head out there and i will stop by your cabin if ya wanna fish tonight i am goin out today when i get up there but goin to head back in about 8 or 9. so just give me a call when u get up there or when u are about to leave. see ya up there!

iceman

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  • 2 weeks later...

MarlinFan

Fishin' Hot Spots has a depth map of these two lakes with spots marked as a starting point. The One Stop gas station in Longville probably has copies of it for sale. If not The bait store by the boat ramp in town should have a copy of it.

Good Luck! (Let us know how you do)

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we got back last week lots of bass crappie and blue gills but nothing on the beds. it rained alot and stoppped me from going out since i was up there with family. Still had a great time and plan on going back again next year. Any place else up there with better fishing ?

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I'm heading up this weekend.....

Care to share where you found the bluegills and crappies? I'm still trying to learn the lake between "Honey-Do's". My wife and daughter were up and said the weather stunk last weekend. Thanks ahead for any info marlinfan!

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    • CigarGuy
      Nice job Bob! Fishing off the neighbors dock sucked for us. My gang is coming up Thursday night till Monday, this will be our opener, we'll hit it hard. It's a bummer my dock is mostly under water and the lift isn't in. Thanks to the neighbor around the corner for letting us park on shore at there place next weekend.
    • SkunkedAgain
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    • Bbobber
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    • DLD24
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    • BWpineisland
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    • Bloatlord
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