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I'm new to the St. Cloud area, I just moved from Duluth. I'm trying to get some info on where to put my dark house. In Duluth I went to a relativeley small lake but with large pike. I'm wondering where would be the best place start. Any info would be very helpful thanks a ton!

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I will let you know as soon as I do. I have been trying to figure it out as well!

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I used to live in the St Cloud area. I had a buddy who lived on little rock lake. We used to ice some big pike out there.

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Welcome to the St Cloud area and Fishing Minnesota!

Many of the area lake hold nice pike. Problem is that you'll need to watch lots of little guys to see the bigger ones. Grand, Pearl, have good water clarity and good populations of pike. There are many otehrs as well.

Good Luck!

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Some of the lakes in Wright County used to have good action. We speared on Lake Ida about 10 years ago and would see 35 fish per day, mostly small but lots of action.

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