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pan man

Antone know any other lakes in the DL area that are worth persuing this silver fish

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DEADhead

lida, long (in DL), big and little pine, pelican, they are the more popular lakes. I know melissa, sallie (obviously), floyd, big D, loon, long (in vergas), lake 6, and basically any lake that is deeper than 30' and is connected to the Pelican or Otter Tail rivers have tullibee.

If you are interested in tag-teaming a few of these lakes let me know. I'll be chasing tullibees (and crappies with fisherdog) until ice out.

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Dahitman44

Long Lake in Vergas -- best lake I have ever fished for Tullibees -- Well worth the trip.

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DEADhead

hit, when we going? grin.gif

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pan man

sound good better turn out if fishing tullies in numbers going to try sallie and melissa next weekend early morn bite. If your interested let me know like to get a mess of them before ice out

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pan man

email me at blackbirddown@msn.com let you know more info on tullibees fishing deadhead.

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DEADhead

you've got mail

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Dahitman44

I am thinking next weekend -- maybe.

You want to go?

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DEADhead

we'll see. I might try to hook up with panman. you game to join?

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