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riversmallmouth35

beaver lake

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Was hoping on going to beaver tommorow but have never gone ice fishing on it before. Was wondering what to expect to catch when I got out there. Any help would be appreciated.

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Some panfish mostly little sunnies. I do o.k. with tip-ups on northerns and an occasinal bass.

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tried it for the first time last saturday for about 2 hours...caught a couple sunnies and a really nice bass but otherwise not too exciting...I just set up by the permanent houses out from the access and down the shore to the north.

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Where is this lake located?

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head south of St. Cloud on hwy 15...continue through Luxemburg and it will be on the right (west) side of the road just as you get out of town a couple miles.

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Where is this lake located?


Follow Sartell Angler's directions. However when you see the lake on the right hand side (going south), you will see a bunch of houses on the shore line. The access is right after all the houses. It almost looks like a drive-way so keep your eyes peeled for this.

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