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dfricke1010

First time leech lake

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Heading up to leech lake this weekend for some muskie fishing for the first time on this lake. just looking for any advice for this time of the year

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i am staying at my buddies cabin on black duck point and the boat is pretty old 18 foot with i think a 70hp motor

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There are a couple spots on the other side of Boy Bay you can fish, Then I would head up to five mile then two points and a little farther up Portage on the west side and look for and weeds you can find any. But I would start every morning and end each night out on the rock piles, North Bar, West Bar, Pelican,Sub, Annex, Mokey, Big Rock ect, The structure off of diamond point is worth a shot, Uram Bay also holds some smaller fish and the shoreline just east of there can be good too, Pipe Island can also be good if you hit it right. The best weeds right now will probably be up in Sucker Bay.. Bright Colors and throw the kitchen sink at em.

Leech is a TOUGH lake in June and July, they may be on the rocks and they may not, I wish I knew more about Boy Bay but I honestly have never fished on the other side of Bear island.

I just checked my gps and the spot in Boy Bay is called teh Sheep Pastures and around Sugar Point..

Good Luck

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i fished sheep pastures last year and it is shallow so dont go rippin through it with out checking some depth. if you go to the brevik narrows, south side of sheep pastures, there is a cabin on bear island green in color, work your way into the weeds as they hang out there too. good luck, wish i was there now.

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