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Craig34

Twin Lakes

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Curious what anyone knows about the Twin Lakes just west of Buffalo on Co. Rd. 109 (not the Twin Lake connected to Sylvia). They look like sloughs basically, but i have pulled a few nice panfish and a couple northerns out of there the last few summers. Went out today and didn't get a bite. Anyone have any info. on these little lakes? Can't find structure maps on them either.

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dnr lake finder has maps for them. I never fished them, so I can't be of any help there. I know these lakes are surpisingly deep though for thier size.

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