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Any pointer for fishing by trimont and fairmont MN (fox lake?)

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does anyone fish around trimont or fairmont or know of any good lakes?

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Try posting this in the South Central forum or the South West forum and you will have better luck. I work in Fairmont and it has some good fishing for crappies and an occasional walleye. I hear the bass fishing isnt too bad either. There are a couple other lakes with some decent fishing also. Good luck and welcome to FM!!!

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Not sure where trimont or fairmont is, but if you are referring to Fox Lake in Rice County...I've fished it a couple of times.

Both times I came back with walleyes, trolling with spinners and leeches in shallow water. Somewhat close to the boat access. They were small, and almost looked like saugers. Fun though...caught a few northerns as well.

Hope this helps.

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