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bigyooper

Sunnies around duluth

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Does anyone know where to go for some sunnies in Duluth?

I'm not looking for huge fish just a good time flipping bobbers. I know fish lake is good but I don't know where to go and if there are any reefs I need to watch the boat on.

Thanks,

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If you launch your boat from the landing at the dam on Fish Lake you don't have any real hazards to watch out for from there any point to the west. In the narrows leading toward Hi Banks resort there is one spot that is marked you need to watch out for but its easy to see, just keep it slow through there and you'll be able to see the rocks and weeds sticking out just keep to the south side of the markers.

I not sure where exactly the gills are right now but I will be up there tomorrow and if I find any I will post a report. I'll mainly be looking for walleye but usually stumble into some gills as well.

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try to find a fairly shallow backwater bay on Fish, we had luck flipping crappie minnows to beaver lodges...

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Fish Lake is the place to be next to the weed edge worked great for me smile.gif.

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try to find a fairly shallow backwater bay on Fish, we had luck flipping crappie minnows to beaver lodges...


So how many beaver lodges did you catch grin.gif??

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