Been fishing this lake for yrs. and is a little hard to figure out where the fish hang out.Once you find them they can be quite easy to catch.Spring trolling is productive for most fish and later in the yr. jigging rocks for walleye are a better choice. casting night crawlers along shores for Rockbass and small mouth.Some really nice Musky are here too.Try trolling large crank baits.And don't forget the good size N.Pike .Perch are hard to locate too,but if you find them there are some nice Jumbo size ones here.Godd luck ! R Bait and Tackle St.Helen,MI 48656.
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Then if you look to the north (across the lake) from there you'll see a big white cross on a point, thats Presbytery Point. Guys like to troll that shore for big northerns and walleyes. There are some big drops that we've caught walleyes on, jigging or harnesses.
Finally there is a bigger island that is south west of Ramsay Island (is in the shape of an L) I cant remember the actual name, located in the armpit of the two legs (center of lake). On the eastern most point of the island there are some good drops that we catch wallayes on. Id put yourself on the southeast side.
Like I said nothing is guaranteed. Its day by day fishing and we always have mixed results. One day we'll catch 20 walleyes, the next we'll catch two. walleyes are normally between 13-18, biggest one we've caught is 24. A lot of mid sized smallies in shallows or around suspended rocks. Rockbass are thick as manure. And if you can find a croppie they are dinner plates. Good luck. I'll be up there this weekend as well. -Joey
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