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lookincalifornia

wynne lake?

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my family is planning a reunion in the nrxt couple of years. my brother lives in duluth and i made the suggestion of giants ridge. my primary objective is fishing, but we will have golfers and shoppers too.

how is the fishing on wynne? i haven't seen anyone posting any reports from there. as far as i can tell(dnr data) there are no smallies. i was kinda looking for some smallie action for those who don't fish much. cool.gif

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Are you talking about Big Winnie(Winnibigosh)?

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i belive it is just wynne lake. about 250 acres is all. i may be in the wrong forum, i just saw someone mention bibiwik so i thought i'd post it here. confused.gif

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Sorry,I cant help you with that!Im located more to the west than that.

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Wynne lake is not talked about because there is not much to talk about. Very small northerns, occasional small walleyes, and once in a while a nice crappie or sunfish.

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You will find that the eyes are quite small and not really numerous. It's not a big draw for fishing. You could drive a few miles to Vermilion as long as you are in the area. Good Luck!

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thanks guys, sounds like i'll keep looking.

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