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HockeyFisherman17

North Star Lake

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I was wondering if anyone know's a way on to little north star, or any reports on big northstar would be great..

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what star lake r u talking about

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the one north of grand rapids

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There is a channel between Big and Little North Star. It is on the North East side of the lake. Before you get to Potato Creek on the right side if you are coming from the landing. I went through it with a canoe years ago. I don't know how deep it is.

Be careful in the winter. This area has moving water and the ice is not safe in the channel. Follow the snowmobile track over the land and you will be fine.

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never heard much about pannies on the lake, i know it's a great muskie/pike/eye/sm-lm bass lake.

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snowgoose, that town you live in is a pretty good town.

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do you fishermen from big lake know jeffor sue emberland? aka; buford as we call him.

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Hi Hockey

Your right about Big Lake being a nice town to live in. I would rather be in Marcell or the Grand Rapids area. I grew up there and want to go back. I have to stay down here for the money.

Never heard of Buford.

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yea it is nice up there. i usually go up with my family and stay at big timber lodge on north star lake. I have never heard of buford.

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ok about buford, just thought id ask.

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