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Has anyone ever bass fished Cut Foot on north Winnie

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Heading up to Cutfoot in 2 weeks, anyone ever fished that lake with any luck for bass?

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Yes, I've fished that lake.

No, I've never caught any bass there.

But, I've been after walleyes or pike, so maybe the guys that target bass could give you some better info.

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I fish it for pannies and walleye... never done well for bass either. A great winter pannie spot wink

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The Cut Foot chain is a tough nut to crack for bass. I do have some pointers for you to get some bass if you are willing to travel a bit. What's your email? wink

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t_lohre@yahoo.com

I thought I would head into some far back slop area's, Top water spro' frog's or jigs in the back pad's was going to be my first attack. I know it's not Leech Lake but like on that lake I feel the good one's stay away from the muskie's, pike and large walleye, they head back in to swallow rice even with no deep water around. Thought that might also be the case on cutfoot. Plus Labor Day weekend the top water bite may be going anyway. Any way here's my email any help is much apprciated.

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