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BryanL

familt trip to Izatys

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Never been on Mill Lacs before so was wondering what to expect. Taking my wife. 5 year old and 10 year old up for 2 days. Was wondering about fishing the area. I figured we wouild do a launch out of Izatys that night and maybe learn a little about the lake and then take my boat out the next day for a few hours. Promised my wife this would not be just a fishing trip so I was wondering if anybody had any good advice on fishing the south side of the lake or advice in general about how Izatys launches work.

Thanks a lot

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I have a place at Izaty's. Take your kids down to the marina and fish. I watched a 5 year old girl catch a 4 pound northern there last year. If you go out on the boat, hopefully the wind will not be blowing from the north. If your kids are like mine, you won't be out there long. You can find shelter around the corner in Waukon bay. Fish the weed line south of half moon island. Perch and walleyes. Plenty of rock piles just outside the resort for smallmouth or walleye. Have fun and good luck.

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