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Ride_Red

A Bit of Help

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Is there anyone willing to let me email a lake map to them so you could mark some spots to find some walleye's this time of year. Or perch or gills, I would like to get a better understanding of how to read lake maps and where to start searching fish out on lakes I never been on. I have the pic in paint so one could just put some "x" or dots on where to drill some holes...

Thanks

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is it just the dnr map or is it actully a lake map?

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it is an actual map of the lake. with depth lines

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It would be fun to post it here, so we can all learn a little.

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I'll take a look at the lake too. my email is at the bottom

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Gee, I have some friends in Crystal Falls. They make rustic furniture, if you know them say hi for me. His name is Mark

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Ride Red, depending on oxygen levels in the lake and water clarity, I would fish anywhere from 15-35 feet of water on the West half of the lake near sharp breaklines, inside and outside turns or on the edge of a weedline. There looks like there is a point on the top of the map, right where the East and West halves meet up, that would be worth trying. Punch a few hole in different depths along the breaks and look for fish and noticeable changes in bottom structure. These transitions generally hold fish. Good luck to ya!

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Thanks for all the info so far, yes it is a very clear water lake, with a large weed bed on the west end.

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