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Anyone fish Crow Wing Lake in Crow wing county?

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Small little lake, 1 hole, I guess it is a really fertile lake. WIth these in mind, what kind and color lures would you go with and would you fish the one hole this time of year?

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gold gold gold

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I did real good with a pink and white jig.

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And good luck finding ice without a house or truck parked on it. That has to be the most crowded per acre lake in the area.

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 Originally Posted By: fish_on
And good luck finding ice without a house or truck parked on it. That has to be the most crowded per acre lake in the area.

thats is for sure!!

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really, that bad huh? I have a friend who has an uncle with a cabin on the lake, but we do terrible in the summer, would have thought it would be void of a lot of traffic. Too bad you can't go anywhere in the state anymore without seeing at least 10 houses on each "SPOT". Oh well maybe I will move to sconsin!! Still a vikes fan though.

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It is crowded out there, but there is room to get alone, we found a spot all by ourselves and brought home a bucket full of crappies.

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