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Upper Spunk Report

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Anybody have anything to report?

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anything going on sauk lake crappies or sunnies? thanks

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by sauk center

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I've been out there a couple of times and got some sunnies and crappies but the size is small. The bite was good but tons of sorting to keep a meal of fish. All the pressure over the years is catching up on this lake. Quantity still isn't the problem it is the quality now. But that is happening on a lot of lakes in this area, they can't handle all the pressure and keep producing large fish. Every year it seems it is harder to get into decent panfish around here. But I keep looking. Good luck!!!!

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    • leech~~
    • Rick G
      Big Watab lake "St Cloud area" between Cold Spring and St Joseph. Couple smaller bodies of water in the area as well.... Mn DNR lakefinder is helpfull. Couple small steams in this area too.
    • Rick G
      Lol..... u got me.... I know I look odd, but that is the way the good Lord made me..... That and my homley parents...lol
    • Cliff Wagenbach
      I have also heard the rumors that the DNR removed adult fish to plant into other lake years ago. I heard that a few locals had gone as far as to threaten to dynamite the Pike River Dam if that practice did not stop!  I have never heard any proof either way on that report. I assume that fry are planted into lakes that they cannot reproduce in to give fishermen in the area of those lakes the chance to fish for walleyes. Most lakes that the walleyes can reproduce in naturally usually do not require yearly planting to maintain a fishable walleye population. The DNR quit milking walleyes early because they had no demand for fry elsewhere in the state. They very seldom try to fill all of the egg batteries in the hatchery anyway. Cliff  
    • smurfy
      so i'm heading up next wed. will I need to bring my ice fishing stuff!!!!!!!!!!!