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JFro50

Lake TaTonka Waterville

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Anybody catching anything on TaTonka. Want to fish it never tried it

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Look in the Central MN forum, there is always talk of this lake!

Never mind they moved your post to it.

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Was there on sat caught a few nice crappies,blugill,and one eye in about 28 fow

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Its been slow, thats why I have moved 5 times in 6 days. But then I am fishing all by myself away from the crowds. If you want to learn where the fish are you need to be willing to move and look for fish. then one day when you hit the mother load, you can pat yourself on the back and keep looking for more. The test nets show that the fish are there, just to triger them to bite. 22 to 26 ft of water seems to be where they are at. Its tetonka by the way.

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Does anyone try shallow?

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In the summer. Ha!

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