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Any good muskie lakes in area?

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lundrules....we've got a couple dandies in this area. Lobster Lake has been managed for muskies for quite some time, and has produced some nice fish in the 40 inch plus range. Just to the north is Mina, a lake with a great pike population. It's part of a flowage that runs to Lobster, so not surprisingly there's a few 'skies here too. A couple pushing 50" came through the ice this winter. Miltona has been the hot choice lately. The DNR started stocking back in the early nineties, and several of those year class fish have reached the upper 40 inch range. Have heard of at least two pushing 52"plus! Some have found their way into Ida, as well. However it doesn't receive as much attention as Miltona or Lobster. Also have to mention Oscar. Not uncommon for a 38in plus 'skie getting hooked on opener on Oscar.

A little further west and north is the Battle Lake / Ottertail area. Last summer West Battle yeilded one nearly 54". Check with the Perham/Ottertail boys on Paul's board for info on the muskies there.

Good luck hunting this summer!
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I've pretty much only fished walleye,northern and bass in the area. We were looking at trying muskie fishing this year. So we're looking for some muskie lakes in the area. So if anybody has any ideas they would be appreciated. Thanks

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