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Naturboy

Big Stone Lake

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I'm headed there this weekend, hoping the fish will cooperate.  Thanks for the report!

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Nice bunch of Perch Natureboy.:)

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Made it to Big Stone over the weekend, the weather was perfect on saturday mid teen with no wind.  Party of 5 brought picked up 40 some perch and a few crappies.  Fishing was good but we spent more time exploring, 13fow was key the perch would come in waves with some really nice fish.  Good luck!

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Wow I was also out this weekend was very slow for us with only 4 fish caught all weekend for 4 guys I think I put over 4 miles on the truck searching 

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Wet, and a little slow.  A few decent ones.

 

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