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Bass in Como?

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Hello everybody,

I am new to this sight so this is my first post. I live in St. Paul and I just moved here in october. I live right by Como lake and have been fishing it alot up until it was impossible because of whatever weed growth is over taking the lake. I was just wondering if anybody has ever heard or actually caught a bass out of there.

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Bass fishing was superb in como, 3lbs was a common catch................................................... that was 19yrs ago. Haven't fish it ever since the water went from gin clear then to carp brown now. I still wonder if there's any bass still in there.

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If you do a search on this site for lake como, you will find a discussion in the metro forum about why there are no bass left in there. I live a couple blocks away and have fished there a lot with no luck for bass. You will have much better luck on the lakes a couple miles away, Owasso, Johanna, Phalen, and Gervais.. You just need to get out there and search some.

If you ever see a guy on Como in a tiny red sit-on-top kayak.. thats me!

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I'd be sketchy of the bucket brigade... But since your in the area I might bring my boat into town and if you wanna target some local bass lets go for it.

oh btw... welcome to FM wink

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i thinks that a good idea on targeting local bass if your down for the challenge

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Welcome to FM apegs, check the metro forum. There's an open seats section and lots fo folks that would take ya out fishing.

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Thanks for the welcome and the info on open seats i might have to give that a try

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