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lonefisherman

Bluegill Action

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lonefisherman

Possibly heading up to Detroit Lakes area and looking for some info on Bluegill or Crappie action going on in that area. Any help would be welcome.

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paceman

I have been having pretty good luck with crappies out on Little Detoit. Yes It is crowded but Stay away from the crowds. I am along a weed/sand edge in 14 ft of water. Last saturday I did well on small green jig with waxxies and sunday it was a green jig with crappie minnows. The ice is about 17 inches under my house. The slush is all frozen so travel is not much of an issue with a 4 wheel drive. I also heard of a good sunnie bite on Big Floyd, a few crappies on Melisa and lots of small walleyes on Sallie.

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Dogwatch

I've also heard crappies biting on Melissa. I have a lake place on Meadow Lake in the summer direclty across from Melissa, but have never fished it. Any ideas on where to start looking on Melissa?

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DEADhead

north and east end of the lake, to the southeast of the pelican river inlet. fish the flats and breaks, you should find some fish.

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