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Big Marine Panfish

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Any help on where folks are finding panfish on Big Marine in Scandia?

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There's a sunken island on the west shoreline of the north arm, I've always done well there for sunnies and perch in both winter and summer. Crappies are probably gonna be suspended in the deeper water out on the main lake.

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we were there on sunday, the first time I have ever fished it. we fished an 18 foot hump that was covered in grass and the smallest perch I had ever caught. it was towards the south end of the main lake. we fished deepest hole closest to the main lake in the south end of the north arm, 30 feet of water, lots of little fish on the bottom, but caught bigger (6-7") gills in about 10 feet. we actually were sight fishing those bigger gills....other than that it was pretty slow saturday, of course I think the weather had something to do with it

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