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Lakes near St. Louis Park?

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I'm not all that familiar with lakes in the metro area, so i'm looking for a good sunfish lake near St. Louis Park. I have a friend that lives there and she wants to go fishing, so i'm just looking for a lake with some consistent action. I don't need any spots or anything, just some names of some lakes. Also, any info on whether or not that particular lake is safe to drive on would be helpful as well. Thanks for help.

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Drive up 169 to Medicine Lake, careful though, there's open water on the lake. I caught 7 keeper crappies last night. Get there about an hour before sunset. There's sunnies and small perch too.

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