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Waconia Bass

June 16, 2017

May 28, 2017

Ventured to Lake Waconia this morning.  Restless and thinking about fish, I got up a little earlier than anticipated and had the lake pretty much to myself for the first hour or so.

Thought I’d troll a rocky point at day break with a Rapala Husky Jerk for walleye.  Ended up catching crappies, which was a complete surprise.

Switched to bass as it got light and it was slow at first.  As the day progressed it got really windy so I had to stick to the W/NW side of the lake.  Caught 16 bass, the largest was 17″.  Most were on Zoom flukes, but I caught a couple on cranks and one a spinner bait.  Missed at least half a dozen fish.  All in all a good day on the water.

-Hats

 

 

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