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fishingboy2008

Where to go for the best Action?

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hey yall, i plan on comming up to the brainerd area with the family to spend the weekend at my uncles place and have a family get together at the farm. we are comming up early on saturday morning and we are heading out to mille lacs. where would theclosest boat landing be from the brainerd area? where abouts do u think will be some good spots to try for some eyes? any information would be greatly appreciated. thanks. smile.gif

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You should be able to get out of garison access. Try near shore in the 18 foot range and shallower.

Good Luck.

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I believe there was another thread about this very location. It may be a week difference, but it would be worth checking out. I think it was titled New to Mille lacs on Page 2. They talked about everything there from presentation to depth.

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