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Annie Battle

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Doing some canoe fishing on Annie Battle this weekend. Any suggestions for some big Pan Fish?

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I have never fished it but be sure to release the big ones so there will be big ones in the future.

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I will only be keeping enough fish to eat for my girlfriend and I while we are there. Yes I am aware of the restrictions. wink.gif

I have been trying to get in touch with someone at Glendalough about renting a canoe there. We are camping there and I would like to know what the canoe rental fee's are. Anyone know?

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if memory serves me right its 8 a1/2 day 16 all day you need the park sticker im sure you know that the fishing is good anywhere along the west side get out about 30yds from the rushes and watch for the cabbage the south end where the inlet is go north to the start of the rushes go out the 30=40 yds and have a blst good pannies there

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Annie Battle is a great fishing spot - I've spent many hours enjoying the peace of a quiet sun set in a canoe. There are many secrets in the depths of this lake that can only be learned with time on the water. However, I do enjoy wading or floating the inlet/outlets streams with a fly rod for nice gils. It doesn't get much better than that. The skiing in the winter is A-1 (when there is snow). We even canoed from Molly Stark to Ottertail (ended with a cold beer at Zorbazzz) what a trip that was. Good luck and enjoy the fishing.

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What would be the best depth for Sunnies/Crappies this time of year? I would only be guessing since there are no electronics lol.

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youll be at about 12-14 ft if you just watch over the side and when the weeds start thining out youll be there its very clear and you can see the cabbage just be on the edge or even in them.

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