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coming up on Saturday. Any good reports for the 4 or 5 mile gravel for perch and walleyes. good luck and thank you for your report

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I will be heading out that way on Friday so if you could hang tight till then.

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you going just friday. I will be there sat AM.thur Sun. we be going thur brandt's with a white gmc 4 door and green house. my name is on the sides of my truck

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Sat. is up in the air yet. It depends if we catch the perchies there on Friday. I will let you know how we did.

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I'll be out there on Saturday in a white tundra with a blue fish trap.

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Hopefully the fishing picks up this weekend. It's been a tough year on Mille Lacs. I'll be out there in a White Rav4 with the X Thermal. Here fishy fishy fishy......

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Gravel was slow today. Lots of small perch and no keepers. Mud was worse, solid baitfish everywhere.

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 Originally Posted By: Biff Tannen
Gravel was slow today. Lots of small perch and no keepers. Mud was worse, solid baitfish everywhere.

Ouch, I heard the mud was the place to be.

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Was on the mud again today with about 15 guys for the Perch Extravaganza. 15 guys and no perch. Buddy had a camera and said he seen a couple decent perch but mostly small fish.

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We were out from 10am to 6pm Saturday out of Brandt's, we tried everywhere along the way working NE to 3 Mile. Same story everywhere lots of little perch on the camera, nothing to show for it but a mild sunburn and the bed of my truck full of empties.

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