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Slade247

Sloppys

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Staying at Brandts in February and I keep hearing about "Sloppys". I haven't fished Mille lacs too much, I am assuming it is just a name for an area on the lake but I don't have a clue. If someone could fill me in on "Sloppys" I could really look like I know my way around to my buddies when we go up next month. Thanks

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Sloppys is Sloppy Joe's. Its out from Izatys a bit. If you look on the map, its probably a mile or two out about halfway between Cove and Wahkon bays.

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Slade,

It is a rock/gravel bar straight out from Brandt's 3 miles. It is a good spot both summer and winter, but is fished very hard. I am not sure if Jerry has a road that far yet, if not it may be good yet.

EJ

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Thanks, thats what I figured, I appreciate it.

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there is a road jerry got it plowed fri.got 2 eyes 2 big perch this weekend.on the south east end in about 29'.

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Fished it this past weekend. Very slow. One jumbo in two days. Saw perch and walleye's on the camera but they just came in and took a look at what we were offering and then moved away.

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