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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

Up north on the big pond, Mille lacs. Helped a friend pre-fish for a tourny today and we did very well. In four hours this morning we popped 20+ eyes with many in the 19-19.75 slot range. We also caught some very nice big fish. Mayfly hatch is going on but, the eyes were snapping at the bait.

If one has the time, a good trip it would be. smile.gif

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Norselander    0
Norselander

What type of presentation was working best for you? cool.gif

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

I will post the answer to that question tommorrow. My buddy is fishing a tourny this Friday and Saturday and I dont want to tell the world before this event.

Later.

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PDOGG    0
PDOGG

Been up there three times this year and have caught all sizes of fish in all differant areas just using the classic lindy rigs and leeches.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

That's not a secret bite HL. grin.gif

I found a few 'eyes down here today. Guide trip tomorrow and Get-Together Saturday. It's nice to finally save on the driving time. smirk.gif

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

The slots we caught are. Not many times I have caught all slots that close to 20.

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Sandmannd    11
Sandmannd

Hey Harvey, I'm heading up for the first time every early Saturday. Would you mind letting me in on some of your techniques. If you want you can email me at s_e_hendricks@comcast.net

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winni    0
winni

Team Otter,

Have you been on Winnie yet this year? How have you done?

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

I dont know how Otter has done there but, I had three friend up there last week and they did fairly well. I cannot help on what set up they used as I didnt ask. They caught many eyes and a couple snot rockets that were pretty nice.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

I was there early June for 1 day and it was tough.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

I see what you mean.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

The past 3 days have progressed into what should be a great summer of shallow water fishing. Things are really taking shape. Pitchin' or trolling cranks in really shallow water with cover has been the name of the game. Switch your lure colors often until you get the right mix. Once you make contact with a few fish, don't be afraid to slide your anchor in the water to help put the cross hairs on them. There is nothing better in southern MN than mid-summer shallow water 'eyes completely inhaling a crank bait.

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