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Schwanny

4-H fishing day

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My brother-in-law asked me to post this. He has 4 kids in 4-H (Weeping Willows 4-H Club) and they want to do a fishing day for the younger kids. It is taking place on Super Bowl Sunday in the afternoon. They were looking for a place to fish sunfish and I don't think size matters much. Just something to keep the kids interested. They did mention Waconia, but I have never been there and I know my brother-in-law hasn't either. Anybody willing to help us out? You can e-mail me at Schwanny@hutchtel.net if you don't want to share any info. on line. Thanks

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Non stop sunny action, and great for kids, I always say Kelly Dudley, no size to them, but you cant keep them off your line.

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Sunfish or Duck would be good options too.

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Check your other post in Hutchinson area.

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Thanks guys...da_chise31 you have it pinpointed right to the the town. I might give one or more of these lakes a try Saturday. I did try Washington last Sunday, but I was in Bakers Bay (I think). We didn't fare so well. Would see them on the Vex, but couldn't get them to bite.

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On washington I would wait until the permanents have to be off. I have way better success with being able to move where ever and less noise significantly!!!!

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