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bgreen82

mid june in a 14 footer with 15 hp.

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hey guys, im heading up to mille lacs june 16th -18th with the family and am looking to bring my boat up there. it is only a 14 foot alumacraft with a 15 hp merc. but im looking to get in on some good fish. obviously i dont wanna bring out to the middle of the lake where the majority of the fishing will be for eyes, but i'd still like to give it a shot. what other places might some good fish be that a boat this size could handle?

here's the rig

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As long as you keep a sane mind about the weather you should be fine. I took a boat almost identical to that out on whitefish chain of lakes and the wind kicked up and I was fighting 2-3' rollers. Got in safely. Be careful and keep an eye on the weather when you go out.

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If the wind isn't too bad, you could go anywhere!!! Just watch, and listen for weather forecasts!!!!

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