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Upper Cullen

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Hi guy's, Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge of Upper Cullen. We are looking at a week up there in Late June or early July. Just wondering what the fishing is like on the lake. Any reply's would be greatly app. We haven't booked it yet. Mainly walleyes and panfish... Thanks Scott

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It is a great bassin lake, panfish and pike too. The lake has a few walleyes in it but I am not sure if they are easy to catch. I wouldn't beat myself up trying to find the eyes but you have plenty of action on the other species. It is a smaller lake with a good amout of weedgrowth. If you haul your own boat up you can easily trailer to Gull or Whitefish for some walleye fishing on part of your trip.

Jason Erlandson

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Thanks for the tips. Kid and wife love to fish so walleye not really #1 target. But thats all I normally fish for. grin.gif

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I have a seasonal campsite that we moved into last year. Panfish are great, although the crappie bite wasn't that good last year. Mostly good for Bass and the occassional Pike. Tried walleye a bit but wasn't able to hook one. It's a pretty small lake but if you have a small enough boat you can get to lower cullen also. You staying at Upper Cullen Resort and Campground? It's a nice place, you'll like it.

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