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taugust27

Star Lake ------- HELP

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We are going to be in the area in early September and I'm wondering if I should bring my boat up? Is there Muskie in Star? Is it a good walleye/pike lake? Any info on this lake would be very helpful. Thank You!!

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There's no muskie's in Star, Very good fishing lake I think, lots of snake northerns to keep you busy all day long every once in a while you can catch an eater size one but not to often there is plenty of nice eye's in there and if you get luckey you can catch some nice panfish. As we get closer to fall the fishing sould pick up out there I haven't been out there in a while. But there is also so many lakes with in a stone's throw of Star that do have muskies Battle lake is a about a half hour a way and I hear there ar some nice one's in there but I don't fish for them and I bet there are lakes a lot closer that would have them. You might want to try the Detroit lakes forum. Star is cought right between the two forums.

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