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Whitefish Help, Anyone...

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I am going to be up in the area on Thursday morning and into Friday morning. I was wondering if anyone can offer up some ideas as where to try and what has been working. I have never fished the area and will be doing some business there. No need to give up any hotspots, but if you feel so inclined to do so, please feel free to email me at maha0059@umn.edu

I will be drinking at the Wharf on Thursday night with a buddy, stop by!

Thanks,

PGA

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Try the crappie hole over by killworry resort on upper whitefish. you can't miss it, it's the one with all the houses.

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W94.15.243 I'm giving you these to get you close, also this spot is no secret. this is a good size hole you may have to jump around a bit. this should put you in about 24fow.

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Try the crappie hole over by killworry resort on upper whitefish. you can't miss it, it's the one with all the houses.

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W94.15.243 I'm giving you these to get you close, also this spot is no secret. this is a good size hole you may have to jump around a bit. this should put you in about 24fow.

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