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bush_man22

big turtle lake

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i will be staying at kohls on big turtle lake in mid june, and i am wondering what i can expect to find in the lake. walleyes are usually my prey of choice, but i would also like to get into some crappies. any info would be well appreciated. if u want u can shoot me an e-mail bush_man16@hotmail.com.

thanks

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come on!!!! somebodies got to have some info for me!

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It has walleyes.

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I don't know the lake too well, but I know guys who fish it a lot do quite well on the eyes. If you want crappie you may need to head into Movil or towards Fox lake all connected by the river.

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I have spent many many days on that lake. Many locals don't want to share info on some of these lakes but I will.

The lake is really good for Walleyes and even Crappie and there is a very healthy population of Largemouth Bass also.

If you are looking for info on particular spots try e-mailing me and I'll give you some info.

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Was out there today and there's no fish in that lake! tongue.gif

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i know it's late but if you go back I have info that'll really help you out with the eyes & northern. I've got some monster sunny spots but I'll keep them to myself.Shoot me an E-mail

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