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September Lakes - Where would you go?

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Myself and two friends have a long weeknd the middle of September. Fall isn't far off and we are unsure as to what lake(s)/area(s) to hit. Not really targeting any specific species, eyes would be nice, but panfish, pike and bass are all good too. Willing to try any number of spots as we will be mobile from where we are staying and know there is a great number of lakes to choose from in OT County....so, if you had a long weekend in September...where would one consider going? Thanks in advance for all of the kind input!!!

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We have done good on Pelican in early Oct. but that was a few years ago. For eyes, not a ton, but big ones. good luck!

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thanks Box! Have not tried Pelican in a while - great idea and it is a good fall lake...may be something to look into.

I am hoping that the lack of posts is due to good fishing weather keeping people on the lakes as opposed to inside on the pc...

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its hard to beat ottertail in the fall.good night bite trollin the shallow water flats.

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