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FishWhisperer

Lookin' for the Bluegills

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Hi everyone. I'm new to the area and am looking for a good bluegill lake. Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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Pretty much every lake in the area has decent bluegill action. I like North Center or Green, but they are everywhere.

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Welcome fishwisp!!!! great to have another member from my home area...

As stated above, all the lakes in our area here can be pretty darn good... any one you try you will probably be pleasantly surprised.

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Thanks a lot guys. I'm hoping to get out this afternoon. If all goes well the wife and I will be eating panfish for dinner.

Thanks.

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How'd you do?

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