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DIRECTIONS TO HALL LAKE

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NPG

Planning on taking a road trip to Fairmont on Sunday. The plan is to fish Hall lake. I have been through Fairmont been never stopped. Directions to Hall lake and/or closet bait shop to Hall. Will be traveling on interstate 90 from Albert Lea area.

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wishing for walleyes

Heres some easy directions for you.Take exit 99 or the second exit at fairmont.Head south after exiting.Keep going south past 2 stop signs.Go 1 mile past the second stop sign and take a left and go east for 1/2 and the road curves towards the north.Follow the curve to the north and on your right hand side will be hall lake.The road will lead you to the north end of the lake where you can access it from 2 spots there.To get to the bait shop (master sports) its only 2 blocks east of their to the stop and go lights (take a left at stop lights) then a quick right into master sports.

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NPG

Thank you. That will make things alot easier

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zamboni

Good directions Dan- you been out lately? Dad and I went out all afternoon today and not a bite. Did get to watch some morons spinning doughnuts in an old Bronco II get it stuck up to its back bumper- that was entertainment!! Lakes are for fishing, not screwing aroud!!

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I went out to george lake today and caught a few gills and a few crappies.After the sunset it was bullhead after bullhead.Fished in the 13 foot hole.I should have recorded all the fish i seen on the cam.I seen perch,gills,a northern,a bass,a few small cats,and at dark the bullies moved in thick.They were banging the camera around alot.Baitshop said they are limiting out on the eyes on hall everyday.I think i will fish budd on saturday.I try to avoid hall because of all the traffic.

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new to hunting

zamboni some one should watch that bronco 11 because Tuesday they drove by my portable house 6 times about 10 yards an where looking at the fish houses pretty long and hard

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minnesotamusky

How's the ice on Hall Lake??? Thick enough to drive a chevy tahoe on it?

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wishing for walleyes

They have been driving all over on hall lake.

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MNSkin

Dan,

Did you make it out today to Bud?? How did you do??

Tracey

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wishing for walleyes

Tracey...I ended up going to big twin.Caught a few crappies.A couple were on the large size.Had a walleye come up and look right into the camera after dark.But did not bite.

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