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has anyone fished height of land? any reports?

thanks Chubs

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fisherdog19

Lots of big gills with some jumbo perch mixed in along with the very occasional crappie. Look for 7-9 fow on th outside of a weed edge or flat with intermittent weeds. Don't know about walleye, I don't really pursue them in the winter.

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crappie king

Hey Fisherdog,

Been dying to try Height of Land since they stocked it with Gills and no winter kill has occured. Are most of the Gills running around a 1/2 pound. Only get up thta way a few times a year any info would help.

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fisherdog19

I would say they average 8", and I have caught a few pushing 10". Don't forget, the Perch are big too.

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pine329

If a person has no electornics, where does he start looking.

Starting out from the access on what I would call the Southwest corner.

Any special colors work? confused.gifcrazy.gifconfused.gif

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crappie king

Fisherdog,

Thanks for the reply, buy chance is this Shawn that puts his house on Lida.

Steve

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fisherdog19

Not Shawn, if you click on the link to my business website, you will see my name.

With no electronics it would be tough, you would need to drill holes and find the right depth or look down it for weeds. I would start on the north half of the lake right now.

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chubs17

are you able to drive out on height of land?

thanks

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DEADhead

Quote:

are you able to drive out on height of land?


without a doubt. they've been driving on HoL for wuite some time now...

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chubs17

anybody doing any good on this lake? comming up Sunday want to fish here or toad looking for northerns walleye and panfish any help would be appreciated.

Thanks Chubs

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fisherdog19

Been nailing nice gills out there, just look for 7-9 fow with scattered weeds. Work the central part of the lake, on the western half, but not to far west.

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chubs17

any perch or pike biting?

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fisherdog19

ALways lots of pike, perch have been tough to find.

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