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vman59

Balsam lake Fishing Reports

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Fished Balsam lake this evening and actually for the first time on a lake I was very impressed . marked allot of fish. Caught some very nice gills,a few smallies and Largemouth and a walleye which had to go back. i will be back.

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I'll be "fishing" while at a stag party on Balsam Lake on the 12th and was wondering what to expect, as I've never fished there before. Are there any Walleye's, or Crappie's or is it just Bass like I've heard in the past? Which would be fine as well.

Any help would be appreciated.

Wallida

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so there is no confusion the Balsam on this thread we are talking about is north of and connected to Red Cedar and yes there are smallies and some very nice ones at that. work the deep drops with a jig and leech or crawler.

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The original request for info was for Balsam Lake in Balsam Lake Wisconsin. By the way I was up there this weekend. Didn't try that hard or do all that well but it was a "stag" party and we played more cards and drank more beer than we fished.

Wallida

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