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Strawberry Lake area Becker county any panfishing being had!

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Was curious if any buddy was cathing panfish or perch in the area I have a lake haome on strawberry & going to adventure out this weekend & next! Any body want to share some info would be great! There are lots of leech ponds in the area dont know if they have fish in them thoe.Thank you!

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Dont know about the panfish on Strawberry lately. However just to excite you a bit, the last weekend of walleye season we had 7-8 of us out there and caught a 30.5 inch walleye, so they are in there. Let me know about the crappies if you find them. Brother also has a cabin on the Berrys bar side of the lake. Good luck

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Caught some very nice sunnies and a couple crappies up that way last Saturday and Tuesday. I was on a community hole so if you know the area... Or if you look in the classic spring panfish spots. Lots of guys taking nice fish out of the hole I was at so it wouldn't feel right sending everyone there to just clean it out.

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RICHARD, i think we are in luck here. Candy coated melts in your mouth not in your hands

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Years ago, Strawberry, had some of the nicest crappies, you would ever want to see, I mean up 2 pounds.

I had good luck and kept some, but stayed at the camp ground and when we went out, we were followed and the rest is history.

No more huge slabs. frown.giffrown.gif

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