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Lake Mina

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Has anyone fished for northerns in this lake , looks like great structure?

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Spent the winter spearing out there. Lots of numbers not a lot for size.

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Any Muskie in there?

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hmmm mina , , , wheres that? confused.gif

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There's some tremendous muskies in Mina.

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corey u fibber !@#

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EyeHunter10: You need to take a breath and calm down. wink.gif Yes, Corey is correct, there are Muskies in Mina. Since Mina is connected directly to Lobster it is only reasonable to expect them to be there. I would guess by now that Mill also has a small Muskie population.

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Thanks for the info.

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Mina is a fun lake to try if you haven't fished it yet. It's a good bass lake and definitely has plenty of northerns. I know it used to hold some sizable fish back in the 80's/90's. It's deep and the breaks can be close to the shoreline. So you can sometimes get northerns fishing the shallows for bass. Lots of weeds/cover.

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