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Hey all. I am new to the boards but I was hoping I could get some advice on Glendale. My family is heading there this weekend for a week. I'm hoping to get my 6 year old cousin into some fish (panfish or whatever) and i'm hoping to do a little kayak bass fishing. Can anyone offer any advice on areas to target and give an update on the conditions of the lake. I have heard differing accounts of grass or lack thereof. I like throwing soft plastics, typically senkos and tubes for bass and i'll rig him up with probably some small flies or worms for the panfish. I may rent a boat for a day if it is worth it... thanks for the advice in advance!!

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Hey all. I am new to the boards but I was hoping I could get some advice on Glendale. My family is heading there this weekend for a week. I'm hoping to get my 6 year old cousin into some fish (panfish or whatever) and i'm hoping to do a little kayak bass fishing. Can anyone offer any advice on areas to target and give an update on the conditions of the lake. I have heard differing accounts of grass or lack thereof. I like throwing soft plastics, typically senkos and tubes for bass and i'll rig him up with probably some small flies or worms for the panfish. I may rent a boat for a day if it is worth it... thanks for the advice in advance!!

I haven't been up for a couple of weeks, but there were weeds growing. Not as heavy as I have seen some years, but there. Are you staying at the campground? Anyway, if you go to the causeway(by Wyerough launch) there is pull off areas by the bridge on either side. Go down from there on either side, you should hit some weed beds. Also, coming into the area from Route 53(going past the high school), at the causeway bridge, roughly the corner of the bridge on the right side, is some of those stakebeds the fish comission put in. The sailboat area can produce some fish sometimes, up toward Slate Lick mouth and those stumps. If it is raining when you are out, try crawdad cranks near fallen trees. Hammered some bass on that a couple weeks ago in the rain. I would take your cousin over to Pickerel Pond(kid area) maybe? Never fished that or around it, but I see a lot of kids there catching sunnies when out at family picnics. Not sure about boating, I just use my inflatable to cover more area along the areas I shore fish. But if you have electronics for your kayak, I would work the road bed out from that launch straight across the sailboat area. I heard there are some old bridges are along that roadbed, but couldn't verify that.

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