Lake Renwick

Pembina - North Dakota

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A section of the Lake Renwick in Pembina County, North Dakota.

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Lake Renwick Fishing Reports

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  1. Details: Bluegill Sunfish

    More from our epic two lunch day slaughter!

  2. Details: Largemouth Bass with a I used a sexy shad KVD 2.5 Crankbait

  3. Details: Smallmouth Bass with a 2" crankbait

    I caught this at 17:00

  4. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Got my new Duckett Micro Magic, with a Daiwa Tatula 100HS, spoiled with Spider-Wire 50 lb braid, and live-target field mouse. Can't wait for spring!

    1. illinoistopwater 0
      Yea it's pretty great @jstruve
    2. jstruve 0
      Just got the same reel used it today love it!
    3. james5nds 0
      Awesome combo
    4. Tim calzone 0
      I got a field mouse a few weeks ago I can't wait to use it I never have before
    5. RyanEllis 0
      Sweet set up!
    6. illinoistopwater 0
      Yea I can't wait to try it out @JWelch
    7. Christian Holyoak 0
      @james5nds Has the same thing!
    8. JWelch 0
      Awesome set up man! I love Ducketts!
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  5. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Got my new Daiwa Tatula 100HS from Tackle Warehouse.

    1. illinoistopwater 0
      So far it seems really smooth but I haven't gotten to use it much yet. @MichiganFishing
    2. MichiganFishing 0
      How do you like it so far? I was thinking of maybe getting one!
    3. salt life 25 0
      Great reel..
    4. illinoistopwater 0
      Can't wait to use it @LivewellHero
    5. Christian Holyoak 0
      Good choice!
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  6. Details: Largemouth Bass

    I cannot wait for some good weather.

    1. illinoistopwater 0
    2. illinoistopwater 0
      Yea all my personal best fish are in topwater too @TimCalzone
    3. Tim calzone 0
      My top favorite ponds have a huge amount of grass/pads on them it's my favorite also
    4. illinoistopwater 0
      I know man, that's my favorite way to fish. @TimCalzone
    5. Tim calzone 0
      I can't wait until spring to start throwing top water again
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  7. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Just got my new Mattlures ultimate bluegill.

    1. illinoistopwater 0
      No problem @bassmasterty
    2. bassmasterty 0
      Ok thanks
    3. illinoistopwater 0
      No not yet, I just got it this winter and haven't been able to fish because if the weather. I can't wait to try it though. There's a awesome video on ...more YouTube of someone using one you can check out @bassmasterty
    4. bassmasterty 0
      Thanks bro and have u used it yet
    5. illinoistopwater 0 @bassmasterty
    6. bassmasterty 0
      Where did u buy it?
    7. illinoistopwater 0
      Yea, I hope it's as good as people say. @whitebass_05
    8. whitebass_81 0
    9. illinoistopwater 0
      $17.99 @whitebass_05
    10. whitebass_81 0
      How much $?
    11. j_reyes 0
    12. illinoistopwater 0
      I think I've seen that same video haha @j_reyes
    13. j_reyes 0
      I saw a vid on utube and he caught notihn but 5lb bass
    14. illinoistopwater 0
      I haven't used them before but I'm excited to @j_reyes
    15. j_reyes 0
      I heard those are the bomb
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  8. Details: Largemouth Bass with a gary yamamoto senko

    Texas rigged with an orang slip weight, hit it on the drop.

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