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mudlaker

Early fall fishing

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Anyone have a report on fish lake or island lake? Usualy by this time of year I'm done with fishing and thinking about duck hunting, but my new job has kept me too busy to get my fishing in so I'm still dying to get some walleye/crappie fishing in before I put the boat away. BD110 or norhtlander have you guys been out? We need one more good fishing outing before it get's too cold. What do you think? An FM fishing outing on Fish or Island??

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Fish lake is putting out nice eyes, crappie and gills.

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