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    hey guys heading up to bobs lake this weekend, I've been there before and caught a few decent largemouth and the rest panfish, wondering what species of fish are found in there, and what seems to be working as far as presentations?
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    Take the channel into crow lake and fish the shoreline to the left of the channel. You can get some good pike and eyes, just follow the weed line. Also keep an eye on the depth finder, crow is super deep and has some great laker fishing
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    is this channel big enough for a pontoon boat? cause thats what will be available haha
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    bobs has some great wally fishing!
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    Decent walleye, lots of small pike, good largemouth. Go through the rock cut and go right following the shoreline. You'll see a granite face which has deep water adjacent to it. Lakers can be caught deep and smallies in against the granite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
    Decent walleye, lots of small pike, good largemouth. Go through the rock cut and go right following the shoreline. You'll see a granite face which has deep water adjacent to it. Lakers can be caught deep and smallies in against the granite.
    Rock cut, sorry? but man would love to get into some lakers, never caught me one of those before
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLoatTuber3 View Post
    Rock cut, sorry? but man would love to get into some lakers, never caught me one of those before
    Go through the rock cut into crow lake. Check google maps and you'll see it.

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    Ok i think i see it, is the channel beside crow bay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLoatTuber3 View Post
    Ok i think i see it, is the channel beside crow bay?

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    You should be fine just go slow. I when I was a kid my dad had a place in tichborne and we fished most of the lakes in the area. Crow was the best by far, I still go up a few times a year. However bobs lake does have good eye fishing just don't stay in one spot for too long if your getting no hits.
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