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Fishing is good on Clearwater, Sylvia, Pleasant Lake, Maple Lake, and Lake John if you are looking for sunfish and crappies. Locate sunfish tight to the weeds. Crappies are suspended just off the weeds in 15 to 22 feet. Walleye fishing has improved on Sugar Lake, Clearwater Lake, and Lake Sylvia,...
Most lakes are still producing largemouth bass by using topwater baits in shallow water, or if fishing the deeper weedlines use plastics. Use minnows on Sugar and Clearwater Lakes in 18-24 feet to catch some walleyes. Sunfish are being caught along the 15-20 feet weedlines on Lake John, Lake Sylvia...
Fish Clearwater Lake, Lake Sylvia, Lake John, Maple Lake, Indian Lake, and Ramsey Lake for sunfish and crappies that are being found on the 12- to 18-foot weedlines. A jig and minnow, or spinner and crawler setup is producing some walleyes on Clearwater Lake and Lake Sylvia in 12 to 18 feet. For...
If panfish are what you’re fishing for, then try Lake John, Maple Lake, Indian Lake, Clearwater, near the 12 to 18-foot weed edges. Use minnows or crawlers at 14 to 20 feet to catch walleyes on Sylvia and Clearwater Lakes. If largemouth bass are your choice, they are active on the deep weedlines of...
Bass and northern pike are still active. Look for the bigger fish to be near deep vegetation on most lakes. On Clearwater Lake, Lake Sylvia, as well as Maple, Ramsey and Indian Lakes, sunfish can easily be found during the daylight hours and crappies during the evening hours. Both can be found at...
Minnows or crawlers are working best to catch a few walleyes on Cedar Lake, Clearwater Lake, and Sugar Lake, at a depth of 16 to 20 feet. Most lakes are producing largemouth bass and northern pike along the 12 to 15 foot weedlines. Maple Lake, Ramsey Lake, Lake Sylvia, and Lake John are giving up...
Sunfish can be found in and around the 10-15 foot weeds on Granite Lake, Indian Lake, Sugar Lake, Maple Lake, and Lake Sylvia. Largemouth bass are active on most days. Use topwater baits during low-light periods and plastics during the day. On Clearwater Lake at about 14-22 feet, use a spinner and...
Walleyes have been hard to find lately, but on Clearwater Lake you can catch an occasional fish either early or late in the day, in about 14 to 20 feet of water. Use leeches, jigs & plastics. Northern pike and bass are still active on most lakes, in and around the weeds. Sunfish are at about...
Largemouth bass remain active on most lakes, in the slop or along deep weedlines. Northern Pike can be found on Clearwater and Granite Lakes at 14 to 20 feet. Crappies and sunfish can be found along the 10- to 14-foot weed edges on Clearwater, Granite Lake, Indian Lake, Sugar, Sylvia, and Maple...
Clearwater, Lake Sylvia, Maple Lake, Indian Lake, and Sugar Lake are producing sunfish during the day and crappies during the evenings in 8 to 14 feet. Most mornings be looking for bass on the 10- to 15-foot weedlines during the day or up in the slop on most lakes. Walleye action has slowed, but...

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