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Dubleaa

Ripley Lake

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Heading out to Ripley (near Litch) tomorrow to chase pannies. Anyone been out there lately and had any luck? What part of the lake, etc...

I'm not from the area, just heading out there to take my grandpa out. Appreciate the info...

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Look to where all the people are, if any. If not look out along the rushes on northside of lake, stay south of them the sunnies may start biting soon there. Sorry not much info but its a starting point. Slim

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Thanks for the info. Anything to be concerned with regarding ice conditions; springs, etc. I will be going out on snowmobile with the portable in tow. Could be a mess with this weather... crazy.gif

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Tried the North Central side by the reeds, fishing was terrible. Moved over to the North West side with similar luck but the weather was outstanding! Everyone had a good time but only managed one 4" perch. Next time I guess.

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sorry for your luck, I similair luck at other lakes, if I hear of it picking up out there I'll let you know.

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No worries, good bonding experience. Thanks for the updates Slim1!

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