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Crickschop04

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Crickschop04

I'm going to be up around Mora from about the 26th through the 28th. I'd like to spend my time fishing but don't know where to go. I wouldn't mind getting on some walleye or pike, but crappies would do in a pinch. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Ray Esboldt

Cricks,

Mora has 3 pretty good lakes in the immediate proximity; Knife, Fish, and Ann. They're all pretty similar lakes - relatively shallow, dark water, and river fed. None of them are what you would call structure laden. Knife has the most features of the 3.

Walleyes and pike exist in reasonable number in all 3. I think you'll have to settle for a sun-up/sun-down bite for the walleyes. Pike should be available during the day. Don't be afraid to stick a tip-up shallow at prime time. I mean 3 or 4 foot of water.

And, all of the lakes mentioned above are decent panfish lakes.

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hip_hop_fisherman

Wish I could post some better results for ya, but the fishing has been pretty slow here thus far. We've been getting some sunnies on Fish Lake , they've been real picky however, and are a real challenge once the vexilar battery wears out wink.gifKnife Lake's been pretty slow too, they've been getting some crappies by the indian mounds but its hit and miss, all depends on the day. a few walleyes have been caught on the south end by the pier. according to the local bait shop they've been getting some northern action on Ann Lake , however I haven't ventured out there myself yet to check it out. other options close by include Mud (Quamba) Lake (15mins), Lory Lake (30 mins), or Lake Eleven (30 mins). All depends on how much of a travel you want. Any of these six can produce fish, its just a matter of finding them, and how picky they choose to be!

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