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Where to fish?

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I am looking for lakes around the St.Cloud area that have been producing good fish. I haven't been out recently but I am heading out this weekend and was looking for a lake that will make a successful trip for me. If anyone knows of any lakes that have been doing well please let me know. I am looking towards Rice and Koronis and was wondering which would be a better choice. Any advice would be great. Thank You

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Both have been producing some nice fish if you find the right ones. Last Satuday I found lots on Rice but not what I'd call "good" fish. Still a very successful out for me though.

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Was it mostly crappies on Rice or did you get a few eyes? I was also wondering where all the houses are grouped and if there are any in the SW bay? Are people driving on the ice yet?

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I came out of the NW bay and people are driving there but didn't check out the SW bay. Not on the main lake as of last weekend though. I was fishing crappies but did catch a two eater eyes mixed in with them. Big group of houses in teh crappie hole with lots of little guys there.

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Hey just droppin by to see if anyone has been at Rice or Koronis in the past few days?

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