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So hypothetically, if a person were to fish on this lake that I've attached, where SHOULD be the best spots from the shore line for each type of fish the lake contains? (  catfish, crappie, LM, saugeye, walleye, wiper) I'm just trying to learn more about where to look for each type of fish. Anyways here's the map....Screenshot_20160515-225427.png

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That is a might big question. One that your only going to learn by a awful lot of fishing experience. You see some guys like to fish deep like me otjer guys never go beyond 10ft. Then there is weathef, seasonal patterns and many otger aspects to numerous to mention. You just got to get out there due it. There really are no shortcuts. Fish are where you find them. It is as simple as that.

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Alot of depth on the upper end, and very shallow on the lower. With the spawn happening, you can narrow down depths this time of year. Given that, you should focus on that cove on the upper right as it gets fairly shallow, but deep water not far off. The flat off Lakeshore Dr. would be a good area. Without knowing the structure, terrain, weather, it is a guessing game, but you can eliminate a few areas due to the time of year. 

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Say it's Stockton or table rock as far as water temp, weather etc. Just looking to learn a starting place. Some idea beats just walking up to the water throwing something in hoping for the best lol.

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6 hours ago, Ketchup said:

Given that, you should focus on that cove on the upper right as it gets fairly shallow, but deep water not far off. The flat off Lakeshore Dr. would be a good area.

Say I'm going for the walleye...lakeshore drive the best bet? Where might the wiper be?

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