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Hello everyone again. As some of you know from my previous posts I am new to Twin/Sylvia lake. I live on the south end of Twin. I am looking for someone who either lives on the lake or comes on the weekends who wouldn't mind me tagging along on a couple fishing expeditions. Like I said I am new to the lake so don't know many spots. I would like to catch some big northern and maybe find some spots for big sunnies/crappies. We could either use my boat or whatever works. I work in law enforcement so I have some days off during the week to if that would work better.

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grin sid0120 , I'd be more than happy to show you around the lake , hotspots , old haunts , etc. It would have to be in the evening some night during the week , do you have an e-mail address I could get in touch with ya ?? watch yer bobber NOODLEROD
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I just got your e-mail this morning, I will get back to you asap and we can figure out a day and time thanks.

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just a quick report, lots of small northerns on cranks and some nicer bass on plastics 12-18 FOW. One nice walleye 21" on a deep crank. All last sunday. used the riggers in some deeper water but only got northerns. sure had fun with the wife and kid.

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The site is back up finally!! Been trying to get on here to get back to you guys for two days now. Anybody want to get out this week?

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Would plastics be the go-to for bass right now or would spinnerbaits turn some fish?

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hard to say, that is alot of different ways to get bass on this lake, just a matter of where and how you want to fish them. You are going to get them ither way IMO

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i was out all weekend on the 4th. did awesome on Panfish. Big as well, it was great to get the family out there on the pontoon and have a great time getting fish!!

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sorry bud i've been swamped at work no time for any thing yer chances of me showing ya around are pretty grim for now , I'll definitley keep ya in mind but chances are we might not get to hook up till I get laid off . sorry !!!! frown

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we will have to see. im so busy right now that im not sure when i will get up there. ill keep you informed.

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    • Wanderer
      You could do Isanti to St. Francis also.  About mid way is Anderson Park that has a small sandy access.  Anderson Park to St. Francis had fewer but some bigger fish while Isanti to Anderson Park had better numbers and not as many big fish.   All upstream from Isanti to the access on Hwy 95 can be hit or miss but if you hit it, it can be good.   Up to 16’s is fairly common bit there are enough 16-20’s to not be shocked if you get one or more.   I’d never admit to this while I lived there. 😉
    • Kettle
      Some pressure but nothing like lake fishing 
    • Kayak1310
      Hey thanks guys, I appreciate your input. It sounds like this float might be best to put off a year when the water is up a little higher. I'll check the gage next summer and see how it looks. I was hoping to get into some 18 to 20" fish (aren't we all), so maybe they will have moved back in there by then.   Does the stretch south of St. Francis get very much pressure on it? I'll have to give it a look.    
    • Kettle
      Little more narrow up there, if I were to do it, I'd float St Francis to Andover. Shallow yes but it's a good stretch to fish
    • gimruis
      I fished it further south near Milaca/Princeton a couple times in late July.  It was OK then but dropping.  The second time we definitely bumped more rocks and grounded out in a couple riffles.  I use a 10 foot jon boat that can float through a couple inches of water.  We caught 15-20 smallmouth both times, but nothing over 16 inches.  I think the drought last year sent the bigger fish out of there.  It may take a few years to recover.   You can check the flow on the DNR website.  There is a live gauge right in Onamia.  Anything below 11 feet is too low for me.   https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/waters/csg/site.html?id=21018002    
    • JBMasterAngler
      Water is really low. It’s definitely doable, but there will be a lot of spots you’ll have to get out and pull. Fallen trees in low water might be your biggest obstacle. Should be plenty of smallies to catch. They’ll be concentrated in any deep pools you come across.
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      Lol he broke a muskie drought that had started in 2006.  16 years without a legal muskie!
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