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The little hump on STELLA

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That little hump on the east/northeast corner of Stella. I never see anyone but myself ice fish that hump. Anyone been on that one yet? In years past we used to get 1 or 2 off that hump. We used to drive onto the lake from that same east shoreline. I don't know if the local shoreline owners let you do that anymore?

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Man-O-Man you boys in the Hutch area are tight lipped. Hundreds of Views but a minimum of posts. Its like sharing info with a mute. You get nothing back. I would suppose though that those reasonable fishing areas I posted in the recent past on Manuella and Stella will have you "rurals" all over them. Its too bad I can say you can't fish those spots just like you tell me when I ask to pheasant hunt your CRP land. LOL

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Well, there were only 46 views at this point, but I guess nobody is talkative about Stella right now. Seems to always be a lake that isn't really popular compared to the others in the area....and nothing is wrong with that either! Sometimes it's nice to not have the crowds.

If the hump is the same one I'm thinking of, I got a nice smallmouth off of it this summer and another over on the fingers. I was fishing for walleye but they liked the crawler and I can't complain since they are always a blast to hook onto.

Thanks for your comments in the Hutch forum!

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hasn't seemed like there has been as many out on Stella this year, did get small walleyes off the north walk on access but all small. Have been fishing other lakes recently. Stella is still one of my favorite lakes to fish summer or winter

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I was going to say something about the CRP comment but that's a whole different subject. That said, this forum has been tight lipped ever since I joined up. That's just the way it is.

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I used to live in Hutch and moved out a few years ago. There are some great lakes to fish but the pressure is unbelivable!! Locals blame the city folks and city folks blame the locals. It's hard to keep a spot to your self in that area. I don't blame anyone for being tight lipped, over the years I've seen too many of those small lakes get raped by the crowds.

I still enjoy fishing these lake once and a while, but you have to know what your doing. I will say this, If you can catch fish consistantly on Hutch area lakes you will be successful anywhere you go!!!

CRP is a whole nother can of worms, don't open it!!!

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City boys only rape the lakes on the weekend...country boys rape the lakes all week long.

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 Originally Posted By: TroutYammer
City boys only rape the lakes on the weekend...country boys rape the lakes all week long.

That's funny right there. Next time my buddies call me "city boy" (I just moved to Minnetonka from Cokato), that quote will be commin out.

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