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portageman

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portageman    3
portageman

Has anybody had any luck on White Bear this year? A buddy of mine says the are catching big crappies, but the DNR lake report doesnt seem to back this up.

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north red river    0
north red river

any recent reports?

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lunker651    0
lunker651

we caught some pretty big ones in that lake on Saturday. They are scatter so you will have to do some finding. Also caught soem pretty big eyes too.

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north red river    0
north red river

what depths were you getting them at?? I'll probably try out from the VFW or bellaire on wednesday.

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lunker651    0
lunker651

They are in 20-30", and are scatter but when you do fine them, you'll have some fun.

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Big Jeff    0
Big Jeff

What part of the lake have you been fishing, any thing of of Ramsey Beach? I spent some nights on the ice infront of the VFW. And one morning off of Ramsey neither very succsesful but did have some good times out there at the end of last ice season.

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Big Jeff    0
Big Jeff

Lunker651 I tried to send you an email but it came back to me, have you changed your email?

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north red river    0
north red river

Fished in front of the VFW last nite in 11FOW and caught about a dozen crappies.....all in about 10 minutes right after dark.

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fly651    0
fly651

What were you using for bait? I'm heading out there tonight... Thanks.

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north red river    0
north red river

A small orange glow jig w/crappie minnow

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mattkimk

What time did you hit the eyes? Been out until 6:00 pm with nothing, just wondering if this is a nite bite lake.

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