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Great part of the lake, it’s a no wake zone from the 36/37 bridge up and the shale cliff in the east bank immediately drops off to 18 feet in most places and it’s a Great place to catch white bass, saugeye, crappie, channel cats, and the occasional Muskie like to hang out here. Good luck and happy fishing!

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There is something here for everyone, the lake has strong populations of bass, blue gill, saugeye, muskie, channel catfish, crappie, and yellow perch. Saugeye are often taken from the bank and from boat doing a rang of things from trolling flicker shads and lindy rigs in the summer to casting swim baits and jerk baits in the dead of winter. Crappie are taken year round with a variety of methods like jigging one of the many brushpiles or fishing a slip bobber and minnow under a bridge. Muskie are caught trolling in the south pool and often a fun surprise while targeting bass or saugeye. Overall it’s a Great Lake with great structure for what ever you want to catch from brushpiles to rip rap. If this is going to be your first time fishing here I recommend you try starting at the dam fishing in the outwash produces everything the lake has to offer as well as the rip rap rocks above the dam yeid smallmouth in the summer and great saugeye fishing October-April

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40°13′40.1″N 83°21′34.2″W

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