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sparkydm

ice fishing Pennington Area

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hello all! I'm new to the forum and looking forward to getting to know some of you. I live in lakeville but I own a little place near Pennington. haven't done any ice fishing up there except for url. which lakes in the area are worth trying? my place is 2 miles from moose lake boat launch. any info would be appreciated!

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You just named a very good one. Honestly, every lake over that way is pretty good!

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Welcome Sparky! Have to agree with Chad, it's an excellent fishing area for open water and ice. There's several to choose from which makes it good to be able to explore different lakes and spread out and find a quiet lil fishing spot.

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try all the lakes located around your place. You will be amazed at what you will catch. You have lots of lakes to choose from and a lot of them are one my top 5 list to fish! grin.gif

Good luck and let us know how you do this winter.

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Chad- Drop me an email I have a job for you to do on my new fish house. We can do a trade for some fish house time! grin.gif

Welcome back to Bemidji! cool.gif

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No Prob, email sent. Ill be on Bemidji tomorrow.

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My favorite lakes in that area are Pimushe and Rabideau. I've had excellent luck on Rabideau especially late ice for panfish and Pimushe seems to put out fish consistantly at least it has when i've fished it anyway! wink.gif

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thanks for the info! i'll give those lakes a try if it ever freezes up and post results. someone please make it freeze!

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