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Where is the best lake around South-Central minnesota for catching eyes or really any fish? I can't find em!!!

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is this tyler?

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No this is his brother, Garrett!!!! I forgot to tell you I had a profile

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the larson brothers???

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This is a tough question to answer right now. Fluctuating weather patterns have really played games with what was working up until as recent as 1 day ago. In my opinion, I'd look to a handful of lakes right now that could potentially produce during day-time and evening hours. Some of those lakes would include Frances, French, German, Jefferson, Scotch, Elysian and Madison. On the deeper bodies of water, look for suspended fish during the day and then as the sun is setting, turn your attention to sharp drop-offs on main lake points. On the shallower bodies of water, focus on either pounding your jigging spoons into the bottom, making a lot of noise and staying mobile or find a transition area, tie on the dead-sticks with large baits and wait for the fish to come to you.

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