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Like bassNSpear, I am a bit cornfused.

If you could narrow down your question a little, I'm sure someone on the board will help you out.

If your just looking for a good place to fish. I really can think of many "bad" bass lakes. All the Lakes in the Chisago Lakes area are gems in my mind.

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Here's one good tip.

don't get stuck in one pattern and expect to make it pay off

example. I'm a crank guy, so I like plenty of open water. I avoid thick weeds. I'm missing out on some good fish. My partner is a weed guy, he insists on thick shallow weeds.

there's a little compromise here, put the boat where one side is weed the other side is wide open.

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Depends on the type of lake you're fishing. Most big bass I catch this time of year come over flats at about 7 ft with deeper water nearby as well as some sort of weeds nearby (usually bullrushes). I fish in an area where most of the lakes are pretty shallow though and there aren't many rocks to speak of, so vegetation is what they relate to.

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