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Bloomington Bass Ponds

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Brentz

so I’ve recently went to the bass ponds in Bloomington, Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, East Old Shakopee Road and East 86th Street and I was walking down the trail and to the right I saw a dirt road but I kept going forward and I forgot to go to the dirt road. I was wondering what is back their is it more ponds or something?

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Adrian R.

I was there yesterday. Except for the "ponds" there's nothing else fishable on that stretch. I tried everything except live bait and went home empty handed after about 4 hours of fishing. But it was a gorgeous day and had a nice time trying 🙂 

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    • Coleman
      Honestly, that narrows it down quiet a bit. There's only so many points by a sand bar. 😄
    • Knowknot
      Be careful out there on the ice, we don't need any casualties..... Make sure it's safe..  
    • Huntin&Fishin
      That is if the snow holds off
    • leech~~
      Is that the one point with a cabin on it, or the one with the Oak tree?  😏
    • Horseshoe_Don
      Okay my secret.spot is off that point by the sandbar where I set up.  Really good spot on the chain    Don
    • ozzie
      just good natured ribbing😉 not serious! but if someone wanted to give out their secret spots...🤐 
    • bassbouncer
      I think I will be working there Monday. Was there this morning and footings are being poured
    • Vitreus
      How's the performance of the lithium in the cold?
    • Coleman
      I wasn't looking for exact locations, just ideas.     I guess I don't understand the whole secrete spots thing.  I don't mind telling anyone exactly where, what and when I was fishing if I was successful.  Again, I'm not looking for that, just general ideas.  I know the lake well enough to find fish. But, I just recently, last winter, starting fishing it during winter.  I've mainly done C&R catfish, because, lets be honest they're a lot more fun to catch then walleye.  
    • Borch
      Paul has always done things the right way.   I'm looking forward to seeing what he does at Bug Be Resort.   Another great option is Artie's Bait and Tackle or Schmidt's Landing on Big Stone lake.  Walleyes, jumbo perch, tanker gills and slab crappies are all good options there.