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Big Stone Lake in Three Lakes, Wi #14497219 10/06/22 02:38 AM
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Anyone familiar with this lake? Looking to go there last week in October and would like to know what to expect fishing wise? Kids will fish for panfish and the adults would like to try for bass, walleye, Musky etc.

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Anyone familiar with this lake? Looking to go there last week in October and would like to know what to expect fishing wise? Kids will fish for panfish and the adults would like to try for bass, walleye, Musky etc.

Re: Big Stone Lake in Three Lakes, Wi [Re: Gerald Mactee] #14497305 10/06/22 09:51 AM
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No familiar with that lake specifically but I am familiar with that part of the country. I grew up paddling all over the great lakes and other lakes all over Wisconsin and upper Michigan. Musky is tough. It's a ton of moving and casting at structure around the shoreline. Don't take your lure out after the retrieve make figure 8's at the side of the boat as many times they will follow your lure to the boat. Bucktails, spoons and swim baits have always been what we used. For walleye I've always used a slip bobber over a jig with minnows or just held the rod same setup with no bobber. Mosquitoes will be thick so careful not to get any on your bait or hands.


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