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student

I'm looking for a lake relatively close to fergus falls that offers a late night bite. Anybody have any suggestions?

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ray

I don't get the opportunity to fish late night but I do have 3 lakes that are real close to Fergus that have had some good reports. Hiedelberger has been very good crappie bite, Pleasant Lake(just past Weetown) has had both a good crappie and walleye bite, and Wall Lake looks to be in its second winter of a solid walleye bite. All 3 offer spots that are easy walks if you don't have a 4-wheeler.

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axel

where and how deep are they catching crappies on heilberger. out by the weed patch? what are the best times. thanks

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ray

All I have heard is they are going just a little ways off of an access point. Not sure if this is the main access during the winter or a road but reports are that it is an easy walk and easy to find.

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