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Leech Lake help

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Family just got a place on Little Boy a year or 2 ago, love fishing the lake. Want to start fishing Leech and just wondering if anyone had any thoughts? Fish Mille Lacs a fair amount, but never leech. I had heard the ramp just East of the old Margarita Mulligans was a good place to put in, but I would guess that depends on weather/bite.

Probably looking for walleye, then muskie. Any advice on good ramps or what to watch out for is much appreciated. Also, is most of the structure (danger) marked pretty well on Leech?

Thanks again,

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Federal (Contact Us Please), Stoney Point, Walker and Kabakona all have very good ramps. The weather and lake conditions may dictate where you want to put it. All hazards are well marked. Good luck fishing.

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Thanks for the info. I got some good information about Leech from this site last year, now I have to remember where I printed and put it!

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