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can any one tell me is there a hole in bell any were that drops of sharp.

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Go to the dnr website and look at the map.

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depending on where you live, you can go to the local bait shop, and pick up one of them maps on the white hard plastic, which will also show you a bit more information then the DNR maps online.

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The best spot is off the side or end of the long rock reef that everyone fishes.

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What side of the lake is this rock reef on?

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It's on the north side of the lake. Go straight out from the north landing until you're in the middle of the lake and then head north. It's where the majority of the fish houses are at in the winter. Can't miss it when you're in a boat if you watch your graph.

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Happy b-day LMITOUT hope you enjoy it with a day on the ice.Slim

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Thanks Slim!

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Hope you have a great one LMITOUT! cool.gif

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