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i was would like to get out ice fishing but don't known where to go for crappies and walleye but iim looking for 11 and up on the crappies. any info. would be nice o/

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aahahahahahahaha

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Commm on sartel give em your good spot

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I'm looking for walleye's.... 31" and up. Anyone know where I can find them ;\)

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cabela's fish tank

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try the chain, there are many spots out there will keep you busy just explore around. Has a lot of structure.

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11" crappies you would be better off going to red lake. Sure you could find a few in area lakes, look at the dnr report on lakes.

If your lucky enough to have someone give you a spot like that on here. Hit the casino!!!

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and buy a powerball!!!

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you can get good size crappies and Sunfish on west Sunburg sloughs and Monson lake.

these are not going to very tasty out of slough but than again when you see the size of the fish you get from the slough you wouldnt eat trophys .

Monson lake fish are almost edible ,if you go their maybe try a couple smaller ones before taking whole limits.

We have got quite a few crappies over 12,and some sunnies over 11

They are bull nosed and fight well.

Go to the bait store at norway lake,i think its called Last Chance ask owner where it is and they should be able to give you directions.

I have put them on this area and it is fun.Also its getting really good for northern and largemouth bass.

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"Monson lake fish are almost edible" sick.gif\:\)

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Maybe that is where Lutefisk comes from? ;\)

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Naa, Day come from da slough by the Old Nelson place nort of town

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has anyone had any luck on monson? that lake got beat up real bad 3-4 years ago. havent heard anything about johanna lately either.

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