Spider Lake, Sawyer County

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Spider Lake, Sawyer County

Postby DuckNightmare » Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:05 pm

Hey guys I'm from eastern iowa and heading up to this lake for a family gathering. Hoping to fish a few days too. Wondering if any of you fish it regularly enough to give an accurate report on depths and rigs that are working. I hear its a musky lake and that's the only info I can find on it. I have never fished for them and don't plan to. Just looking for crappie and might try for walleye when I'm alone.
shhh...don't tell the warden
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Re: Spider Lake, Sawyer County

Postby towgunner » Thu Aug 15, 2013 12:07 am

Make a 15 minute drive to the Chippewa flowage and you'll get into crappies... check treelands resort
$100 for a day gets you:
1625 LUND CLASSIC with 30hp electric start tiller outboard motor, transom trolling motor, fish locator, livewell, 3 swivel seats, running lights, bilge, anchor and life jackets.
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