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Pelican Lake Map

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I posted previously regarding musky....zero response. How about someone from the area at least allowing me to know where a guy can spend some money on a decent lake map.

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Sorry I've only targeted muskies on the lake once. All i know from my friends is that its a good night trolling lake and since i dont troll much it just isn't my kind of lake. DL sports shop should have some kinda map or Wally World in DL shold also.

A. Shae

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Lakeland General store at Dunn Villa has good maps. On Hwy 59 at east end of lake.

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Pretty sure Skeels has some maps as well.

I don't fish musky -- sorry.

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The store at the RV park by the southwest access has the same map as the others mentioned.

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