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Any one have any info on lake kimble or the other lakes on the chain i believe there is bass, round, and star the other lakes on the chain. Going to a buddies cabin and was looking to catch bass an northern

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First things first to find information on any lake in Minnesota go to www.dnr.state.mn.us/lakefinder. You should also read the new fishing regulation, because you will find out that bass and northern can not be fished for until opener. If you are purposely fishing for them you could be find.

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Just a shot in the dark but I think he meant he would be going after opener. cool.gif

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Ever hunt grizz pilrim?

That's my favorite movie!

At the end when they are on the hillside having some squirrel.

Great dialog!

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Yeah, it's a classic!

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yea i know the regulations thanks shadow were not going up to opener weekend i am just so pumped to get on the open water and start putting fish in the boat. But i was wondering have and info on watch to use to target bass and northern

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A buddy of mine has a cabin on Kimble, not the best lake to fish but at least you are fishing. Only caught a couple of small bass and some rock bass. Never caught a walleye or northern from that lake. I would go the extra couple of miles and fish Whitefish.

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