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bassfshin24

Roy lake in late August?

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I'm heading to Roy Lake Labor Day weekend. I haven't fished there since I was in high school and don't actually remember anything about it. Heading there for bass...any tips people can give me would be great. Are there deep rocks on the lake or good weedlines?

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i cant help you much as I am not very familiar with the lake. However I can share this lake map with you courtesy of the SD GFP: LINKY

good luck

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I've had better luck on Clear Lake just East of there. I usually fish there the end of Sept and early Spring. Drop shot rig and Dt-10's worked best for us. Club Eden is a good watering hole and Charlie's has good prime rib.

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Alot of weed lines on both lakes with good points if you want bass those 2 are the lakes to go to. Keep everyone you catch the locals hate them .

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I know they are both great for bass and know Clear is a better smallie lake. I'm excited to get up there. I haven't been up there in 10 years or so. I think Ill release every bass I catch ;-)

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