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Big/Little Pine

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Plan on being up in the Perham area and am looking to catch some walleyes. Anyone have any suggestions on either Little or Big pine lakes.

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In my opinion, it's been spotty action on Little Pine, although it's better now than a month ago. Days with some wind seem better, jigs and minnows or leeches if you can find them.

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I just came back from Little Pine and the fishing was good. A friend of mine has a cabin on Big Pine and they did not catch anything last weekend. Leeches worked good and trolling raps. We even caught a sunfish in aprox 18' of water. That was a first. Good Luck fishing.

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I fished it this last weekend Saturday was rainy but we caught 4 keepers in about 14' of water, sunday weather turned out great caught 23",22",20",19" and 6 keepers(18-26 slot), turned out to be a great weekend. Worms were working for us.

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