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Crappies are biting on Big Pine. I know this is old news but its exciting to catch nice crappies like that. We did not exactly over catch too many, but we did manage to catch twelve between two of us. Yes, they are nice sized! Location was in front of a place they called the Cotton Woods. I was in about 32 feet of water. The fish were suspended at about 16-17 feet. Just a little pre-game warm up before going to Upper Red next weekend...

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Paul Rohweller

Hey lund, sounds like big pine is goin better than red! lol I guess a guys gotta see the country a little too. I love those big pine crapps.

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Pine to Prairie Guide Service
218-962-3387
http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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Paul Rohweller

Hey Lund, how did ya fare up on red lake?
I got onto a bunch of nice perch on stumpy when I was out searching crapps, I got so busy and was having so much fun I forgot all about crappies! lolol Paul

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Pine to Prairie Guide Service
218-962-3387
http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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Hi there Lundprov. say just wondering where that palce they called Cotton Woods is located.. I have asked several people who know Big Pine and no one seems to know there it is.. is it near Sunset Beach Resort?? thanks

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It's down in kind of in front of the Toad River. I just heard another local calling it the cotton woods? Just heard it from somebody else. I wish I could tell you more, maybe Paul could?

Could not make it to URL Paul. I had a family emergency so it cut into my plans. Sorry for no report. I heard that it is slow anyway.

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Thanks..I did find someone who knew where that was..I also heard that the crappies are biting on West Lost Lake..say I like your handle.. I work for Lund and I build the pro V's

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I was on West Lost a couple days ago but I did not find any of those crappies. Do you know what part of the lake they are biting on?? I also fished sunfish but only got little ones. It looked like there was some nice fish on the vexilar but I could not get them to bite.

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Sorry Rocky but I don't know.. I have never fished that lake.. just heard that they were...so your guess is as good as mine...

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