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MLuna789

boy lake

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i am going up to boy lake with my uncle for opener how is the fishing on that lake

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I may be chastised for this but it is usually pretty good. There are quite a bit of local fisherman that have their favorite spots. There is ton's of good structure to fish for walleyes, pike and panfish. Look for some boat traffic in certain areas to get you started. Jig and minnow is good most days. Fireball with stinger if the weather is cool, light bites.

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hey i will be up there next weekend for the first time is there any pointers for this lake that anybody feels like sharing any help is appresiated my dad and some other buddies try to hit a differant lake each year so we never get a chance to get to know a lake

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Gravelle? would that be the northland-high shop teaching gravelle?

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