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Dad and two young boys staying at Arrowwood need help!! *DELETED*

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My three boys and myself spent 4 days fishing the Alex. area. The best sunnie lake we found was Miltona on the center bar.

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Most of the lakes on the chain have sunfish with some bluegills mixed in. The 2 places I will hit are the NW side of Victoria in about 10-12 ft of water. The SW shore of Geneva is good too. Same depth, from the channel for Victoria west to in front of the first couple houses. I go to these places mostly becouse they are close to where I live/launch.

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I thank you for the tips, I have been reading pan fishing posts and I am seeing alot of different methods and bait than I am used to. Great, another learning curve!! We will be in the area August 13-17. If you are ever in the Bis. area hunting or fishing I will return tips, keep my email. cool.gif

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Crappies in L'Homme Dieu troll twister tails off the cabbage over deep water. Try lots of colors till you find the one for the day. Some times a minnow helps but not always. Once we find a school sometimes we stop and toss up to the weed line and retrieve. can really get into some fish.

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Far northern part of Ida, The place that has no docks on little ida, drop a worm in 8-10 FOW and drag up some bulls!

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