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My son and I are planning on a trip to the Bemidji area the first part of next week. We will be fishing a few lakes west of town (Balm, Deer, Clearwater). Anybody been out that way recently

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I think you'll start to see more posted as we are finally getting ice. I know a couple of guy's that were over that way yesterday and hammered them.

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Deer used to be one of my favorite tip-up lakes.

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I live by Deer lake and I have seen a few fisherman out there.....

IT IS COLD OUT RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!

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Beef to you know Steve, works for Naylors?

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I drive by Deer Lake twice a day going to and from work. People have been out there for the past 3 weeks. There are some nice big houses out there now. I have not seen anybody driving out there, so be careful.

Good luck and let us know how you do. laugh.gif

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I don't think I know anyone by the name of Steve at Naylor's. But then again I also am a teacher and can't remember names that well---Right Woodman

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Just asking he lives on that lake, white Mustang (new)

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