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customchevy_350
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 08:39 PM 07/05/09 (CST)
I'm looking for a good largemouth bass lake near st. cloud and cold spring. What's your favorite lake for bass around that area?
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 07:46 PM 07/06/09 (CST)
the best lake around would be clearwater tons of avg size 2-3lbs grab some spinners and head out


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 11:51 PM 07/12/09 (CST)
any other lakes you know better for bass. Anything would be good, thanks
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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 06:36 PM 07/13/09 (CST)
i you want to go south of coldspring 15 miles there is lake kronis that is full of 4+smallies i mean tons


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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 10:40 PM 07/13/09 (CST)
well the thing is that those lakes are so big and i have no fish finder how about your best smaller lake around the tri-county area
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 07:04 PM 07/14/09 (CST)
To me, largemouth fishing shouldn't require that much more than a dnr lake map and finding the structure and using the weeds, docks, etc in a lake you don't know. The dnr lake maps should help establish the pattern for you?



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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 09:07 PM 07/14/09 (CST)
For bass, you really don't need a fish finder. All you need is a good pair of sunglasses, to see the weeds in the shallows. They will work for fishing docks, reeds, floating moss pads, or shallow rock piles. If you would like to learn, how to find bass spots call me;612-644-7657


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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 10:44 PM 07/14/09 (CST)
There is no place like Clearwater. Fish the reed lines anywhere on the lake. They all produce at one time or another. My favorite spots are the lines just North of BJ's bait shop, the lines South of BJ's, and the lines on either side of the channel heading from the west basin to the East basin, just South and East of Bungalo Island. The best lures are Senko's to fish the edges, Jig and craw to get up in the reeds a little, and Scumfrog Bigfoot to get way up and in the reeds. Ive fished this lake for a week, once a year, for the last 20 years. I can't wait to get back. Also don't forget the lily pads. My 2 best fish came out there on a Manns Rat.



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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 07:43 PM 07/15/09 (CST)
like i said clearwater proudces some nice bass so get out there and enjoy the fish that it can produce


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