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fishhawk1750

north center sunnies

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Took my 3 year old out on Friday for a quick boat ride. Ended up with 2o sunnies. Of course he told mom that I only caught the small ones. Good times!

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Sounds like fun. They sure bite at that lake.

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How bout some nice picts of the happy angler next time... Great to get your kid out fishing!.. thats awesome!

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Me and my dad were out there a few weeks ago and they sure do bite. We talked to some guys that said they had 9 in. sunfish and as soon as they said that my dad said "Show Me!" then he said they were around 8''..... Have you guys ever caught a almost shiner looking fish out of that lake?

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There are quite a few golden shiners in the lake.. I catch them quite a bit while ice fishing.

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Hey guys my friend is going too be taking me too this lake the middle of June. Can you tell me what too expect? As in, what are my best bets? Any eyes? Crappies? Northerns? Thanks.

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