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Cold front/Cold weather panfish

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Okay...this weekend is my favorite fishing trip of the year. We will be up in the Bemidji/Cass Lake area and we usually get into some good panfish action. What can we expect this weekend? Will they still be up shallow in the cold or will we have to search the depths for them? What tactics do you use in cold front/cold weather conditions? Thanks for any info!!

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Just got back from fishing tonight, spotted panfish in 5-8 ft. had to get up a little more shallow to get the to bite. Good luck

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FishHawk11- Thanks for the info. One of our best traditional spots is just a bit shallower than that, so hopefully the fish are there. As long as the fish are biting, I don't care how cold it gets!!!

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