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I have a good friend who just moved near french lake. Any help with this lake? Or should I go to another? which one

thanks for the help

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Dont know alot about the lake. Twin/Slvyia are a great lakes for bass, panfish, and some nice walleyes, thats if you can find them. Granite is a great walleye lake. There is alot of options in this area.

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granite is a good lake for northen too. I lossed about an 8 pound northen. I cryed meself to sleep that night.

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Ya this is true. Evenso, if you like to caught pike, go to pleasent and use a lindy rig with a fat head or leach, You will catch tons then as well. Clearwater has huge pike in it as well. Good Luck Fishing

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Try Collinwood just outside of Cokato for some decent walleyes any time of year.

---Zdaddy

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