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Best time to get 'em on LOW

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Four of us are planning a early march trip to LOW...is this a good time to visit or would you go sooner? The only other time I have been there was in mid January. We did ok with a limit of fish our first day out of Zipple's. How have you guys done later in the season? For what it's worth we will be staying at the Patch in Warroad and fishing out of portables anywhere a 4wd truck can reach. Thanks for the info.

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March is a great time on LOW, April is even better. Fished a few times up there into the second week of April and fishing was never slow. Lots of anglers bring boats with portables and get the best of both worlds.

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is the middle of feb a good time to fish LOW???

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