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angler903

hanska??

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any word of anything happening a Hanska? Brother-in-law is home for a couple weeks from Iraq and I thought about trying Hanska or anyother lake near Sleepy Eye.

Thanks for any info..

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You could give the Mn river a shot. Huge Cats near New Ulm as well as some real quality eyes in the holes(same places as the cats, just have to change tactics and presentations. A couple years back I hooked into and landed a 44lb flathead while fishing off shore. Other wise if Lake fishing is your thing. Heard S.E. lake has some quality Lg mouth. I'm actually fishing in a Bass tourney there Sunday the 10th. If you do hit it and have some luck be sure to catch and release as the lake is rather small and fairly shallow. Sorry for the late response. I don't visit this forum often at all. Spend my time around the west metro area. I am originally from S.E. though. Good luck.

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