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MOT007

Are any fish Biting on LOW?

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I was wondering if any one could help point us in the right direction. We have a 4 day fishing weekend set up starting this thursday. The only thing we have not figured out yet is where to go! We would like to do a walleye/Muskie combo trip. We are currently looking at LOW,Leech, Winnie, cass and are open to other Ideas in northern MN. <BR>Are the fish bitting anywhere? <P>If you would like to divulge trade secerets and tellus exactly where to fish and what to use we would apprecitate that as well....<P>Thanks

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Froggy4371

Welcome to the greatest sight in the world for fishing. Hope you enjoy it. <P>First let me tell you I am by no means a expert. But if you want some great fishing you will hardly ever beat the Big Lake here. I have fished Leech alot along with vermillion. Both can be very good lakes expecially Vermillion. But for day in and day out action my heart remains with lake of the woods. They have great muskie fishing in the northwest angle and canadian islands. There is not much for ski fishing on the south end. Both the north and south side have great walleye fishing and the people will help you alot. If you have any other questions feel free to shout them out. <P>------------------<BR>Jigging For Pigs!!

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AaronM

I will second Froggy, Lake of the Woods is second to none when it comes down to being able to put numbers in the boat. The northwest angle would be the place to go if you wanted to hit walleye and muskies. Check out the reports by Scoot (This past weekend report) and Froggy's (Northwest Angle) threads and see for yourself what this lake has to offer. Good luck! <P>FF<P><p>[This message has been edited by fishingfrenzy (edited 07-20-2004).]

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