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TR21HP

Is the access on Little Green deeper than the county access on Big Green?

Been out there three times this year and seem lucky not to get beached or ding a prop.

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rosspj59

It is a little deeper, but it also doesn't seem to be powerloaded out like the big green one. Meaning the hole with shallow water behind the hole.

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jvm1

How are the accesses to this lake? Little green mainly, thinking about going up there soon and with Chisago closed green is the chosen one.

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TR21HP

The anticipated rain is only going to hope the lakes around there as they are all low to the point where you're sucking mud into your motor.

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Deitz Dittrich

Little green is a very nice access, parking can be an issue on weekends as there are not very many parking spaces.

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jvm1

I was out there Saturday, docks are gone and with the wind blowing like it was I ended up on the main access for Green. That SOB is shallow!

Fishing was terrible for me I'm on an aweful streak, my last 6 times out have yielded zero bites. Jigged and threw rapalas, my buddy caught a nice pike, that was all the action we had.

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TR21HP

jvm1 where did you fish on Green? Did you look for any remaining green grass? The large flat would have been my first spot followed by the western shoreline that still might hold some milfoil.

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th64

I look for green weeds and sharp breaks-You can fish shallow but be close to those sharp breaks. Use big lures, fish slow and bring live bait. This is now a great time for big fish but not numbers. Good luck

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jvm1

We were all over the place deep and shallow, found plenty of green vegetation left just no takers. I just wish for the last trip of the year it would have been nice to have a bite

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