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bigg edd

I am moving to Perham next week and will be living a mile from little pine and I was wondering if anybody could give me some tips on where to start for walleye. I am 99% C&R
and I will not share any info given to me with anyone. Also, are there and bass in little pine? My email is monsterpikeonly@Aol . com if you don't want to post any info here. please use little pine in the subject.
Thanks for any info.............edd

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CASTnBLAST

Bass are about non existent in Little Pine.Managed to catch one a number of years back during a multi-species tournament and a guy who's folks had a cabin on the lake for many years was astonished,first he had ever seen come out of there.You don't have far to go though for world class bass fishing.

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Smitty

We used to catch bass years ago (about 30 years ago) over in Mud Lake across the road from Little Pine (by Zorbaz), but I can't recall ever catching a largemouth in LP.. We did catch 6 or 7 rock bass a couple weekends ago trolling raps for eyes, which was probably more of those than I'd previously caught on LP in my lifetime.

For eyes, the night bite should be in full swing by now either trolling raps or dragging sucker minnows in anywhere from 3-8' of water.

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bigg edd

Thanks for the info. Now I know I can skip the bass fishing on LP. C&B, you are right about the bass finshing over there. My inlaws live on a lake near D.L that is one of the best bass lakes I have ever fished and I have never seen anyone else bass fishing. It's nice to have no presure.
When you guys talk night bite are you talking at dark or well into the am hours?
Thanks again..............edd

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Smitty

In my experience, it's sometimes shortly after the sun fades behind the horizon and other times seems to start around the time the moon comes up.. We rarely fish past midnight & I'd say this time of year the bite should start by 7:00 or 8:00, although I'm sure they probably continue to feed into the early morning hours.

Good luck!!

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