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Born2Fish

Record fish in leech lake

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Born2Fish

Hello all! I have fished leech one time. And that time we had to of caught over 300 sunnies,bluegills,pumpkinseeds. One Bowfin,many many bass and even some nice northerns. But i was wondering if anyone(that fishes leech kinda regularly) has caught any bigger than what i am going to tell. I caught a 11.5 lbs bowfin that litterally shattered the old minnesota record by almost a pound. At the time i did not know what kind of fish it was so i released it almost immediatlly(after weighing it). Also caught were a 1.79 lbs pumpkin seed, a almost 2 pound sunnie(many many in the 1 to 1.5 lbs range). I am not sure if the old records still stand but i am sure that at the time they were records. Anyone else ever catch fish this size outta leech? I am planning on coming up to sugar point resort again this summer to try my luck

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Terry Hagstrom

There are alot of big panfish in Leech but can be tough at times to locate.<BR>I have caught them around a pound + but nothing in the 2 lb. range.

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GullGuide

Yes Born2fish,<BR>A buddy of mine's dad owns a resort on Leech. He told me a few years ago a group came up and fished panfish for a week. One day while checking the cleaning room he measured what would have easily been the state record blugill, already cleaned unfortuently. I want to say he said it was like 13 or 14" long!!<BR>There are some piggies out there!<BR>>"////=<

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Born2Fish

Piggies are right! When we fished it we were in a area of the lake i swear you could see to the bottom. Lots of lake weeds that went from the bottom almost to the top. And i think it was a little bay because it was windy as heck and there was no wind where we fished! But yeah like you all said monsters in that lake!

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