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Hello, 

 

I am wondering if anyone knows of any small lakes or ponds in the metro that I can ice fish I know yout want to give away any of your spots so PM me and I will trade some spots. I am looking to catch bass,crappie or possibly walleye

 

Tight Lines!

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The clay hole in coon rapids, the pond by the big hockey rink in Blaine, cooper lake in est bethel, and so many more ponds with fish in em.

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On 1/16/2017 at 7:25 AM, monstermoose78 said:

The clay hole in coon rapids, the pond by the big hockey rink in Blaine, cooper lake in est bethel, and so many more ponds with fish in em.

What other ones more near Minnetonka or Plymouth 

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What /where is the clay hole in CR , guess I never heard of it. ?

 

edited- I''ll be darned; the google told me.

 

 

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