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eric29

Lake elysian

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Anyone fish it for some walleyes, my spots have seemed to dry up-no bites no nothin so i was thinkin of tryin a here. I always did good summer fishin it but dont even know where to start on the ice

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or any info on sakatah would be great

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Welcome aboard Eric. I'm not sure where u live but ther are still strong numbers of eye's coming out of Hanska, and Loon lakes. The other dirrection I would be on Mazaska, or French.

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Is there a night ban on Loon?

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Im coming from owatonna so hanska might be to far but id wanna try there eventually. And dont know where loon is

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If you hit Elysian I would stick to around 6 to 8 ft and use fatheads with glow spoons it can be a good night bite lake 90% of my fish out there came off of dead sticking spoons

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any specific spot or direction

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Ice-man could you drop me a line I have a ? about Lake Hanska Thanks chaas437@hickorytech.net

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