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mrklean

Pleasant Lake

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mrklean

Havent heard anyone talk about Pleasant in awhile, anyone been out there?

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cableguy80

There sure are quite a few houses out there. Was actually surprised to see that many houses.

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bimbo

me and my buddies headed out there they other night managed to catch 4 eyes and 9 good sized crappies

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murfdog13

I was out there today and got a couple of northerns on crappie minnows

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bimbo

yeah im think about tryin for some pike out there. ive been gettin em out on cedar all year.. time for a new lake

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murfdog13

Good luck man

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mrklean

i went out tonight only got one small crappie, marked lots of fish but they werent bitin for me

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Canoemang

Yup alot of houses out on the right. Keep going out past them to the point and hit 20 fow.. Drop some a minnow down n hold on \:\)

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Tippman

Nice Avatar canoeman

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wsanders

Drop a minnow down and hold on........good one !!!!

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Canoemang

 Originally Posted By: Tippman
Nice Avatar canoeman

TY sirs \:\)

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goosekiller9

was out there last night caught 8 crappies.

4 where really nice. where do ya fish the walleyes.

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slab master

is this the pleasant lake by annandale.

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tjoutdoors

Canoemang has a "shocking" Avatar!!

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fishinhole

i was wondering the same thing there is no walleye in pleasant by st cloud unless your emptying your freezer (lol)

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jimBo

There are lots of walleyes in pleasant if you know where× to fish.They have been restocking this lake for the last 4-6yrs.

Takes some homework but they are in there.And some nice ones.

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HUNTFISH69

That lake has a pretty decent population of eye's, but they are really hard to catch if you don't know the lake very well. Lots of panfish in there as well, not a lot of size usualy, but once in a while you can pull out some decent crappies and sunnies.

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