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Hunting in Lino Lakes

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Yes you can hunt there because we do. This time of year there is nothing round. A few local ducks right now but don't expect much shooting. Peltier Lake like alot of lakes used to get some divers coming through late but nowadays its pretty slim pickins. If interested in hunting this area e-mail me. I will try to get you to the right areas on the lakes.

Ron

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hey minnow, I went out once this year out on centerville, shot 1 woodie, alot of shooting on rice, this was a week after opener, I used to live in centerville, but now up for bemidji for school. Later on, when it gets cold, theres alot of divers on centerville, and more mallards. It was too hot 2 weekends ago I think. What lakes do you hit?

-Good Luck

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Minnowscoop, Have had my perm ice house out on Peltier the last couple years and thought about hunting out there, got some ?'s let me know your email or email me at hmpeterson@hotmail. Thanks

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Minnowscoop: I live in Lino have a new dog, dekes and boat. Shoot me an email
jkohl@ggwklaw.com

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We hunt all the lakes in the rice creek chain of lakes system. George Watch is probobly your best bet right now or the big point on the back side of the island on Peltier Lake.

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think i might go on centerville wedsday morning not sure yet though

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fishkid, were gonna shoot our limit on wednesday i gotta good feeling.

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I am from the Centerville area but moved to Mankato area, Centerville can be dynamite late season for divers. You might be breaking ice and freezing but it gets quite a few birds.

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