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currdogg5

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Has anyone ever fished Portage lake in the winter? I am an avid fisherman and duck hunter out there but are yet to find much fish in the winter. COuld anyone help with where i might try, depths, such. your help would be very much appreciated. I have also heard that this lake can produce some of the biggest pike in the area if hit at the right time? IM mostly looking for walleyes though. Tight Lines! TC

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i've heard some good things about the lake too-but have never fished it. i'm sure you go out there and the locals should have houses set up.

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I was out there last weekend and there was maybe 3 houses out but it was all people that live on the lake and stick the house out in front of there cabin so i dunno. It seems that Portage is a hush hush lake if someone hits the fish no one says anything. I might try it this weekend and see what i can find out there. Tight lines. TC

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Does anyone have any information on maybe finding some walleyes on Donalds Lake right near ottertail city. I know there are tons of crappies and i love to put my house out there later in the year but how about walleyes this time of year? Has anyone fished them out there or maybe some spots to try? Thanks for the help TC

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Have you tried to find a map of the lakes you want to fish on? If so weed lines with a drop off close by for pike? Some kind of structure close to deep water for eyes? Ask your tackle & Bait dealer.
Good Luck.
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