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Judsoncatman

Best spot for Bullheads in Mankato area

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Howdy,

I"m looking for a good bullhead spot, i've always had some good ones, but its slow this year seems like..let me know of a couple..thanks fellas

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If you want bullheads, there is a really good spot below the gorman lake. Real good size. Fish below the channels right by the tunnels.

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Where abouts is gorman lake ?? and thanks for the info.

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Gorman is two lakes up stream of Tetonka on the Cannon river. Or go down main street Cleveland from west to east go around 7 miles due East. when you join up with Co,road 11 do NOT go south with Co Road 11. Keep due East 2 miles. Take the gravel road at the south end of of the lake. At the culvert you will find Bullheads. This is the Cannon river.

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You can't go wrong with the spots below any of the dams on the cannon river. I don't target bullheads, but I can't seem to keep them off my hook even with artificials. I've seen some well over 1 pound caught too.

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