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Just wondering if anyone has tried little lately and if there was any size to the crapps and sunnies?

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First off welcome to FM :)..Small lakes like Little won't get much feedback do to its size, as we try to keep traffic little on the smaller lakes. My advice would be to give'er a try, there is plenty of ice out on the lakes in that area to feel safe to drive on..Again welcome to FM

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Thanks just trying to get a little info.

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Hey Budboy....good to have you on this site.A little info to help you,'look for green weeds' With the thick ice and I am assuming the low oxy. levels in the lakes now that it is Febuary if you find 'green' weeds near a drop off-you have found a hot spot,give this a try.

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William - what is the point of this site if people can't share a little info? Maybe we should all talk about the weather?

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the lake is not known for its ice fishing. wait till summer. i would go over to south center.

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