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kingspade651

Ann Lake near Ogilvie

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Just wondering if anyone has fished this lake in the winter or if anyone would know what forum it would be under. Its in Kanabec county ive fished here this summer a few times and got a lot of 8+ inch bluegills

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People do ice fish it, but it's my understanding that it is difficult to develope a pattern. in the winter due to its bland structure

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It definatley gets fished in the winter. Like Craig said its one of those feast or famine lakes. Sometimes you find them sometimes you dont. Their isnt much structure to anchor fish in one area, they are more nomadic. Atleast thats what Ive expierenced. Remember to CPR big panfish...

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I'm heading to ann thursday to check it out.

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Sweet well lemme know how ya do? Im really serious about heading up there one of these weekends for the whole day to chase some pannies. I had a lot fun there this summer

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