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anyone have any advice for fishing a deep lake? there is a lake by my house that hits 36 ft deep. i'm gonna try to fish it like the bay and drift over the holes with live bait. any other tips:confused:
 

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Dropshots...What?

Ike is on the money...dropshoting wahcky rigged berkley shakey worms in colors that match the ponds bottom color...senko in watermelon,pumkin... add a little flake if the waters do run that deep...jigs with trailers and rattle sounds...Noise,Noise,Noise...also deep diving cranks...your long billed lures are the ones that usually run deep...
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i truly have no clue. ive fished there twice. its it is behind stellas farm in berlin nj if you know where that is
 

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penbryn sandwash!!!! we killed a buck that jumped in that lake and swam across it, we ran around and shot as it came up the other side. about 20 years ago. bb
 

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nice little pond or lake which ever you want to call it, havent fished it with a boat but i'll park by railroad tracks, put on the old hip boots, walk down the dirtbike paths to the pond or lake and fish that area, good fun!
 

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Drop a 10-12" worm down on a Carolina Rig....DEADLY in the summer. Creep it REAL slow and pop it every once in a while to make some noise. A jig crawled along is good too.
 

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I just went by there today. Saw a guy pulling a jon out of there, but there are posted signs about every fifty feet. Is it ok to fish there or what???
 
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