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daddyducker

Leech Lake

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Thinking of an opener on Leech just north of the airport.

Never been on the lake so I thought I would give it a whirl.

Anyone have any general spots to go to.

Some better than others, or just those that won't be pounded as heavy as others.

Any help would be great.

THANKS!! smirk.gif

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It is going to be a zoo man, Governors opener is their. Sorry don't fish it much, so I don't know any spots.

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Daddyducker,

I've spent a good portion of my fishing life in the summers on Leech. I would start out in Walker bay and fish the clam beds. This maybe easier fia a personal email or phone call I can go into a better detail of where to go and to avoid the crowds if you would like.

Post your email and I can give details.

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Dude, I've been fishing leech for about 10 years now. Stay on the south end because I can guarantee you won't catch a walleye on the north end in portage bay. The good news up there, there won't be any other boats. This year we're going to Mille Lacs. Good Luck!!

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Hey thanxs for the offer.

Email: daddyducker@yahoo.com

When you send put Leech Lake in the subject.

Thanxs again, and I hope that I can give you some private info in the future.

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