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Sandman2115

Big Birch Lake

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Got out today with some family and friends to fish big birch, weather was gorgeous again, we did decent, kept a 18 and 20 inch eye and released a lil 12 incher. also caught a northern or two and had one wrap up and break off both of my lines, some action out there, but not a ton. fished in 15-19 FOW from 300-600.

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a buddy and i were out on big birch last night from 8 pm to 3 am this morning and we got 2 nice eyes 1 small one and a few missed bites...we really had to work to get them..but had fun anyways

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just curious laugh.gif which access did you go out from.....we went out frm hunter's bay, but with poor luck....we didn't walk around the corner to the flats by the narrows though...next time, that's the plan!

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we were at hunters bay about 100yds off the point thats across the bay from the landing...me and my 2 oldest boys was also out there today and got 1 nice northern and a whole bunch of little perch that we put right back in the hole..it was a lot of fun though

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