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Cascade

  • prieser
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    Byron, MN
    Posts: 2270
    #2016230

    Hey everyone, been a long time since I’ve posted…I wanted to take my kid out to Cascade tomorrow afternoon. Is it basically a big bowl or should I be keying in at a certain range/distance from shore. Not targeting any particular species, just looking to keep him occupied.

    Thanks in advance.

    eyeguy507
    Participant
    SE MN
    Posts: 3218
    #2016358

    the lower lake by the lot has zero structure that I could find so yes, just a big flat. they plowed the berm to the east lake couple years ago and combined the 2. i have only explored it a couple times but it gets pretty deep towards 14. im thinking of exploring it a bit sunday? let me know how it goes if you find some decent spots. i am always curious how that east lake lays out. i thought about buying a kayak and autocharting that lake so i have an idea where to try. good luck

    Brad Hak
    Participant
    Posts: 24
    #2016825

    The new lake to the east is a pretty serious bowl once it drops off the beach… about 40 feet of water for the most part

    eyeguy507
    Participant
    SE MN
    Posts: 3218
    #2016842

    The new lake to the east is a pretty serious bowl once it drops off the beach… about 40 feet of water for the most part

    How do you access it? I thought about pulling around the fence but man that seemed like a lot of work. Ended up in the west lake and about died pulling my gear back to the Mayo lot after the snow storm. I did whack about 40 fish, mostly crappies but man they are skinny. I should have just went around the fence! There was a narrow path as you go into that new park but I see they got that blocked off. They sure are making it hard to get out there. Should just drive my truck out next time and see if I get any grief!

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