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Fishing on Big or Little Pine

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I'm looking for some information for some walleye or crappie fishing on Big and Little Pine lakes. I realize that Walleye season is almost over, but any information about walleye or crappie fishing on either of these 2 lakes would be great. I'm looking to go out this weekend. Thanks.

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Big Pine has been a lot better than Little Pine this winter, so I would suggest going to Big Pine. From what I've heard, the walleye action has slowed down a lot, so Crappies might be your best option. If you can find the gravel road that goes around the north/east side of the lake, you'll see a cluster of houses/portables fishing on "the hole" for crappies. Try and find 32-35 feet of water around those houses. Fish early morning, late afternoon and after dark.
Otherwise use a map to try and locate water deeper than 35 feet near structure.

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Thanks for the tips, I'll make sure to try them next time out. I did try Little Pine for a few hours last Saturday, and 2 of us caught over 60 perch in just a few hours. No monsters, but most were 8" - 10", with a few of the tiny ones in there too of course.

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