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bass on the H chain and other observations


fishingaddict

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Several things

first thanks guys I was on the chain(1st time ever- I love love love this place - even though the weather s&*%*23) last weekend chasing kittys caught two 4-5 lb range in 4 ft of water. Also saw alot of wally's caught near the hwy 22 bridege and highway 71 bridge(I thinks its hwy 71). Don't know what they were using.

Now for the bass I am headed up to chase some bass and kittys for a club tourney(bass) and for (kitty for fun with my dad) in a couple of weeks( its not the heart of chain tourney). What I understand so far for bass is it focus on the following areas: schnider lake, becker, and cedar island. Am I correct in my thiking??? What part of becker should I focus on? the shallow flats or the deep hole? What part of cedar island should I focus on??

I will be up on the chain for the next three weekends. I will be in a 16.5 alumicraft classic delux with a 50 hp merc. with a chevy silver silverado. Say hi if you recoginze me. I am puttin in at hwy 22 ramp.

thanks everyone.

For those who live on the chain I envy you big time. This place reminds me of home with fishing with my dad.

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

Those lakes would be good choices. I'd also add the river sections to your list. Little out of the current areas will hold bass right now. Actually, I've caught my best bass in the river sections on the chain. The river bass location is much more predictable than those in the lakes.

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I love the H chain also. I've been going there every spring for the last 9 years. We had our best luck last weekend. 8 guys. We had 34 walleyes, 1 northern, & 6 cats. 2 walleyes were over 25 inches.

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Walley-eye, don't you want to tell us who it was that caught the two walleyes over 25"? More importantly who caught 5 out of the 6 channel cats?

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BigDave2 that would be me catching the 2 walleyes over 25" plus 1 catfish. I'll take that over 5 catfish anyday.

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I don't know. Those cats were pretty fun to catch and even better to eat!

MMMMMEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWW

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