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united jigsticker

How many lakes?

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united jigsticker

It's relatively fresh in the fishing season yet.

I want to get an idea of how many different lakes we have all hit already this season, and perhaps even what your specie of target and success might have been.

So far I have hit 6 lakes this year, all for Crappies. I have gotten Crappies on 4 out of 6 and am pretty happy about that.

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Deitz Dittrich

South Center-Crappies
North Center-Crappies
Chisago-Crappies & bluegills
Deer Lake WI-Bass
Bone lake WI-bass
Wood lake WI-bass

So I am at 6 as well.. I am only counting open water... I hit quite a few more since the new year on ice...once bass season starts my numbers will grow by quite a bit.

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docwalleye88

Only two for me. A highly succsessful crappie outing and a pretty good walleye outing. Although two is a very small number for me at this point in the year I plan to rectify that when my son's get out of school for the summer.

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Autumnhunt

Red lake, Minnewaska, Reno, Emily, Cass, Leech, Medicine lake, Minnetonka, Eagle Lake(Maple Grove)

Red and Minnewaska was fantastic for crappies! Reno was doing ok last weekend for "Eyes". Pretty slow as of now for the rest of the lakes I've tried so far this year.

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WALLEYENUTZ

Mississippi River pool 4 3-times
Waconia Crappies a bunch
Washington 1 time
Parley 2 times
heading to the St. Croix next weekend.
Heading to Waconia tonight.

I love to fish. smile.gif

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gundy89

Wish I had more time

Beaver - Crappies
Tanners - Crappies
Mary - Walleyes
Pocket - Walleyes
Powers - Crappies
Mississippi - Walleyes
Bald Eagle - Tonite - Walleyes

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Mr Special

Here it goes

Lakes:

Rice lake- MapleGrove
Medicine Lake
Minnetonka
Prior Lake

Rivers:

Mississippi- Anoka
Rum- Anoka
Crow - Watertown
Crow- Rockford
Minnesota- Chaska
Minnesota- Caver
Minnesota-Blackdogg Rd
Minnesota- Belle Plain
Mississippi- Pool2

If it wasn't for this job thing, I'ld fish more often.

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styx

south center crappies
st. croix
minnewashta
big stone is next

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Lost

Only three bodies of water for me so far. That's gonna grow next week if the weather holds out.

Long Lake for Northerns (walleye's are getting caught there as well).

Crooked Lake for panfish too early in the year. Haven't hit it since opener.

Mississippi River @ Coon Rapids Dam for Carp.

My next target is Ham Lake for panfish and northerns.

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