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Andrusia and Cass Update


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Just spent the last five days fishing. Here is my info from out trip.

Wednesday 05/18 - fished the inlet to Cass Lake. Fished break line from 5-20 feet. Picked up about 6 walleye using shiners on 1/8 oz jigs. Bite was light.

Thursday 05/19 - 5:30-7:00 am fished Andrusia, marked fish on break, but no bites on shiners, leeches or crawlers. 7:00-11:00 am, fished vaious structure, worked water from 8-22 feet, zig-zag pulling leeches on lindy style rig using floating jig head, chartrouse / green, 6-7 snell length. Caught six fish off this point, 13, 15, 16, 18.5, 19, 19.5. That evening 7-8pm we fished Cass Lake, ran up to the Pug Hole inlet, worked break lines from 12-25 feet, caught one small walleye. 8-10 pm, fished point by Dicks Bay in 12-15' water. Caught a few walleye on leeches using slip bobbers.

Friday 05/20 - again fished Andrusia, two more nice walleyes 16, 18.5 - then moved to North end of lake. Fished weedline ,caught three decent fish in 15-22' water, 16, 18, 18.5. Weedlines seemed to be key, working wather that was anywere from 12-22', using zig zag pattern.

Saturday - fished Andrusia again, same pattern / presentation, 8am-4pm - only boated 4 fish. Fished Cass Lake on Saturday night - Marclay point during the rain storm, trolled crankbaits, no hits. Then moved north, jigs with shiners, lindy rigs with leeches, 2 walleye.

Others at our resort did well Friday night trolling crankbaits on the north end from 10-12 pm, caught several limits of fish. tongue.gif

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