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Smitty

Heading for Big Pine on Saturday 8/3 for a week and wondering if anyone has been having any luck for eyes? Any general tips would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance. Smitty

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Paul Rohweller

Hya Smitty! I was at northside bait in perham today, they said fishing on big pine was fair, I gotta kinda take their word for it as I havent been there in three weeks. Little pine is off and on again, same game on both lakes as last year. Ottertail is a little slow, tons of small fish, easy to find, not so easy to catch. We caught most today thee on a leech and spinner. good luck and good fishin! Paul

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http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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I have had my good and bad days out there. Some days it is exceptionally good, other days, you are lucky to catch a fish. I have been using minnows, crawlers, and leeches and had the best luck on leeches in about 20 to 25 feet. Good luck and post your outcome.

Chris

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Smitty

Thanks guys. I'll let ya know how things go..

Paul, staying at Jungle Shores. If ya happen to be in the area stop by and say Hi...

Can't wait!!!!!!!

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Smitty

Well, got back yesterday and only really one word, sloooowwwwww..... The majority of what we did catch were off the edges of humps in 26-28' of water using crawler harnesses (ran 15-18" with smaller ones mixed in). It was definitely a long time between fish!!!

Oh well, a good time had none the less. Be back in the fall for that Little Pine bite!!

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