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Any suggestions for lakes close to Superior Wisc to try in Wisc?

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I visit the Duluth and Superior area every couple of weeks, asked about MN, now asking about the Wisc area if there are any good lakes to try close to Superior for panfish, walleye? I'd appreciate any help or tips. Thanks, Jeff

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St. Louis river. otherwise i dont know about any lakes in wisconsin.

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Amnicon, Gordon Flowage, Nebaganon would be 3 I would give a shot.

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If your looking for less crowded waters and are willing to travel a bit there are alot of good little lakes in the Iron River & Drummond area.

I have a cabin on Nebagamon, lots of great topwater action out there with pike and smallies. Good crappies as well, walleyes I have caught have been kinda small, but there are hogs in there if you can figure them out.

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It wouldn't hurt to try this post in the WI forum as well.

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I could share with you my smallie "honey hole". Its on lake Minnesueing. Look for a hump about 150 yds out from the public boat ramp.

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Thanks for all the suggestions! It gives me a start as I don't know nothing about this area and was looking for some suggestions to get me started.

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