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I know leech and gull lakes had really big tullibee die offs this past summer, so I wouldn't be surprised if the same happened to mille lacs. I'm guessing because mille lacs is so shallow compared to those lakes that a marginal die off for them could be much more extreme to mille lacs given less depths to escape to. There's gotta be a few big ones left, I hope so anyway. Was thinking of going up there in march to get some perch and tullibees.

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I have not caught one in a few years.I know people who have picked up few here and there.I was up this weekend and saw 3 or 4 Tullibee swimming around on the camera.It was a nice suprise one even tried to pick up my buck shot jig when I let it lay in the mud.

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Try Tulibee hole on the south east side in March. I have heard good things about that area. I also ran into a few off of Seguchie last year. I also tried "no man's land" for perch and ran into a school of them. This was by Hunter's Point from 3 mile reef to the first mud flat.

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this past november musky fishing we saw and caught a ton of tulibee when they were spawning. Every part of the lake.

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My buddy snagged a tulibee that was about 16" long on a Bulldawg musky fishing in late November up there. I have personally never caught one on the lake, but there is a little lake just northwest of there were I have caught quite a few. How do you do them in the smoker? Something I have always wanted to try.

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