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Looking for some big crappies?

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I was woundering what lakes to look for
to find some big crappies in the ottertail
area? Does anyone know if there is some
big ones in sybil lake?

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Paul Rohweller

Yes theres big ones in sybil lake. Dead lake also sports a decent population of crappies. big pine also. Ottertail does to but locating them can be a little tough sometimes. Best of luck in your search!! Paul

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Dave

A guy I work with -- who does not fish very much -- was invited up to Rush Lake by his neighbor in the cities. This Rush Lake is near Ottertail lake. 14" crappies and 6-8" bluegills were the catch. This neighbor was telling this guy its been that size for awhile. His family has owned cabins on the lake for many years. I'd like to try Rush but haven't found the time.

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