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GSB Ice Man

I need big water advice

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GSB Ice Man

I have a 14' wheel house and am looking to put on Mille Lacs for a couple nights. I have a 3 year old and looking at taking him and the wife out for a few evenings. I am NOT looking for your hotspot, just some advice or general spots to catch a few even if I don't bring anything home. I usually go to Upper Red, but that is too far for the whole family to go for a day trip.

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mrfish1991

check out either appledoorns, they are a sponser and have a link at the top of the page, i go to my uncles cabin so i have never used their services but there are nothing but good reviews and comments on here if you look around on the forums

good luck

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BuckKiller

yup thats what I would suggest also. Paul has put us on some good fish

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GSB Ice Man

He is on the East side, right??? I haven't been on that side of the lake before. From what I read on here, he has a great operation going.

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BuckKiller

yes and yes he does, fishin' is usually good too

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machohorn

I am at the resort just sout of Pauls place and I am out on the gravel. The afternoon bite is pretty good.

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GSB Ice Man

Thanks for your advice guys, maybe when it warms up I can get the house out.

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