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theicehooker

Any crappie fishing in S. MN

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I have a guy that I am bringing fishing that never fishes and he has one demand for me this weekend. Find a Crappie lake. looking for lake not trying to dig up your specific spot. Any help with that. I am very tight lipped. tnutter@live.com. Thanks a ton.

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try the Minnesota fishing forums, either SW Minn or SC Minn

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Lake Shetek has a truck load of crappie if you can find them..

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Oh sure....there's lots of crappie fishing places....the trick is to find the good ones grin.gifgrin.gif

Oh come on, somebody had to say it....I've been dying to use that line.

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Lake Shetek and Bloody Lake both have a nice population of crappie.

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Which part of southern MN?

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I know theicehooker, and he resides out of the Mankato area.

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Washington, German or Frances.

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Reeds outside of Elysian has some dandy's on it too, just have to find them. Caught some real quality crappies out there in the past. When they are on, watch out and bring plenty of bait. Shhhhh, don't tell anyone!

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