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erickol

Carp! (no, seriously)

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Hey guys. I haven't been to Mille Lacs for over twenty years (step mom's from Isle).

I'm looking for good spots for carp fishing. any tips would be appriciated. I'm guessing early on in the season is the best time to find 'em with out trying too hard. But where have you seen the biggest carp, most numbers of carp and year round carp.

again, any info would be greatly appriciated, and if you don't want to post on the board but are still willing to share, please drop me an e-mail. Thanks Eric

eric_kolcinski@yahoo.com

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At the mouth of the Rum I've seen bow hunters out there chasing them. I know the Linder's did a show on Mille Lacs carp. He was using some odd bait to. Glass worms or something like that? It was in the spring - that's all I got. Good luck - there are some 30lbs in there

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