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lake wilson

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has any one fished lake wilson this year

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I did very early in the ice season. Had some luck. It's been quite a while since I've been out there, however.

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were you on the north or south side

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I too only have early ice reports for you on Lake Wilson and I fished the South Side... did get some nice perch.

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I fished both the north and south lake. I did better on the south lake.

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I heard earlier this week they're getting a few perch or crappies (crappies? in lake wilson?) in the SE corner of the north lake, or wherever the permanents are congregated.

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My dad caught a few perch, Crappies and walleyes on the south side this winter. Had to move to find the perch. He tried it last Sunday with no luck.

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