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Big warm up... big rush

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I think this is the weekend to get out to the couple of small "un-inhabited" lakes I been wanting to try out. I know that with a much warmer weekend around the corner, all those who stayed at home and hid under the covers (and elect. Blankets) are dying to get out. Oh boy. I avoid the crowds like Bill Clinton is currently avoiding calls from M. Lewinsky. Take advantage of the nice weather and move around or scout a new lake. It sure is easier to be mobile when your eyes don't freeze open before you can do a 360 degree scan of the lake don't it? \:D

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    • delcecchi
      It is a bad idea.  It can spread disease and invasive species.   Don't do it.     Besides, the minnows swim away and within a short time are dispersed so the fish wouldn't see them as a big attraction.  
    • delcecchi
      For the summer trip, there are many nice resorts to choose from.   Depends on what you are looking for.   If you want walleye, choose something on the Tower end.  If more Bass, Musky, or Northern then either end of the lake.       There is a fair amount of variation in amenities and price among the various resorts, with many to choose from. 
    • birdguy
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    • Cliff Wagenbach
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    • 401TE
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