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BIG DIESEL

Feb 21-24

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Heading up from Owatonna, group of 8 guys, fishing out of portables. Have only fished 1 time prior in the winter and that was a few years ago. Plan to head out of Adrians road.

Sounds like the further you go out might be better? Is that like 5 miles? 8 miles? 15 miles? Any direction from anyone would be appreciated. I am not looking for specific spots but any guidance would be great. I assume to stay somewhat away from the crowds?

If you would rather email me feel free at: marckara at hotmail.com

Thanks in advance.

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When you stop at Adrians to get your road pass, they will send you in the right area. Just get away from the other houses, get off by yourself.

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I was told that the reef fishing has been better recently, but I just read a post saying fishing was better this weekend in 35fow on the south end... who knows? I am going up thurs and planned on fri at the reefs but why drive to the other side of the lake if you dont have to!

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Thanks guys. Will talk to the Adrian folks!

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