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Name: Jamesb Date: May 17, 2015 Rating:
 
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Fished Lake Cassidy this am 6:30am to 1:00pm. It wasn't dead calm like last Saturday morning when I arrived at the lake also was overcast and about 58F. Went left from boat launch and tried inside the lily pads with top water rappala in perch and black buzzbait. I got my buzzbait hung up by first dock and had to go in to untangle it. I tried some top water perch casts and didn't get any bites...since I was close to shore tossed the buzz bait and bam landed a nice 10" bass which hit about 2 feet in front of me so had to play him with no line out. Good start to the day....saw a few fish jumping out in front of pads and had one roll behind my top water minnow and had him on for about 2 seconds...didn't see him but felt bigger (they always do...the one's that get away)....it was very slow for next few hours and didn't have many hits, bumps or swirls. What a difference a week makes and 20 degrees! I was nailing them last Saturday with lots of action. I kept at it and went to East side of the lake and worked the pads in front and behind...did see a few surface out from the pads but couldn't get them to hit. Had only about 4 hits on that side and made it to the Centennial trail dock heading south....I kept at it and got a good hit where I lost one on Saturday and bam fish on 12.5" bass. Next I got another few hits and rolls looked like a crappie hit and sure enough landed one on the top water perch a big 7". I kept getting some hits on top water minnow close to shore but nothing that would take it. I made it to the corner and tried the pads...no luck...wind was blowing south and I cast in front of pads and moved it too soon had a big roll behind it and spooked the fish....I tried a few more casts then tried in between two sets of pads and on 2nd twitch big fish on!!! After a great fight and several hard pulls straight down....up came an 8lber! Well, after the 7" Crappie he looked like he was that big...15" by 4" wide and about 2-3" belly...my guess is 2-3lbs. Closer to 3lbs as he was fat.

All fish catch n released...slow day only caught 4 three bass 15", 12.5", and 10" and one crappie 7" only had about 10-12 hits. Water temp seemed cooler then last week.

James

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Name: jjones206 Date: April 28, 2015 Rating:
 
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Hit the lake around 5:30ish, slow first hour, then the bite was on. Had fun. First time here, definitely not last.

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Name: ilvcassidylake Date: April 26, 2015 Rating:
 
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Fished from 3:30pm-730pm. The bite is very good today. There's time they would bite every cast and times one would bite every 5-10mins. Overall terrific start for spring crappie season. I was fishing right by the centennial dock, i could literally cast and hit guys that are fishing on the dock that's how i close from it. All the fish i caught were in 6-10ft water. I lost count on how many crappie caught today all i do know is that i got my 10 fish limit and went home with a smile on my face. Fishing only going to get better. Tight line!

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Name: 8theB8 Date: April 22, 2015 Rating:
 
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Spent some time on Cassidy today and while I didn't catch anything respectable the sub 2lbers were willing once I got a technique working. No pics as there really wasn't much to photograph. Water temps were 59-62* and the lake was its usual coffee color. Talked to one guy crappie fishing and one guy trout fishing and it was really slow all the way around.

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Name: ilvcassidylake Date: April 05, 2015 Rating:
 
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Got to the lake around 3pm. Fished across from the boat drop near the centennial dock in 13-15' water. C&R lots of decent sizes perch on white 1/32 oz jig tipped with worm. Landed 3 crappies 11-14". At the end of the all my crappies escape from my fish basket bc the latch on the buttom broke off.

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Name: ilvcassidylake Date: March 20, 2015 Rating:
 
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Landed 3 crappies and lots of perch. All fish was released. Got video on the link below.

https://youtu.be/x00C62DkHfs

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Name: dutchman2858 Date: November 20, 2014 Rating:
 
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Nada, Zip, Zilch...think I'm gonna button the boat up for the season.

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Name: dutchman2858 Date: November 07, 2014 Rating:
 
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Beautiful fall day on the lake. Redwing Blackbirds that were flocking last week have gone for the season it appears, but the Canadian Geese are flying now. Not alot of business today, and it took awhile to figure the bass out, but we caught a few decent fish for Cassidy. The only thing we found that they wanted were black 4" Senkos, and 3" black Sniper Bolts, fished weightless, and basically dead-sticked on the bottom: let 'em sink, and let 'em sit.

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Name: dutchman2858 Date: October 29, 2014 Rating:
 
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Weather was OK today, but breezy. Tossed a good combination of stuff at them, but only cranks worked. Caught three but they didn't have any size to them. Biggest MIGHT have gone 1.5#.

Dan, met you at the launch area and I know you're lurking here...take a minute and sign up ;-)

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Name: dutchman2858 Date: October 25, 2014 Rating:
 
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Started out with a bit of sunshine, but ended up with steady, heavy rain. Of course I looked at the early weather and left my rainpants at home....

All in all a pretty satisfying day. my son and I had the lake to ourselves and worked our way around the shore with a variety of techniques. I caught a decent bass on a Kopper Live Target mouse, then had another hit that I missed. I moved the boat and gave my son a shot at the missed fish with the bluegill crankbait he was throwing. He had a hard hit with only 15 feet of line out and things got exciting at the boat with the fish winning the battle at boatside in the confusion. It was somewhere north of 4# and would have been our best Lake Cassidy bass.

A few more small fish finished up the day. As usual CPR.

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