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scheuney

Echo Lake

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Has any one ever fished this lake in the winter? Been up in the spring and done very well.Thank you for the info.

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We were there Saturday. It wasn't pretty. We took a sled from the landing and there was a lot of slush that we couldn't get to our spot we wanted to. We(4) caught 1-3lb northern and 1 perch. I saw 2 walleyes on the camera but even the perch didn't want to bite. There was about 6-7 inches of good ice and 3-5 of slush with snow on top. Water was coming up through the holes. First time I fished it.

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