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Down to Earth

Looking for a lake to camping on during 4th of July weekend. Would prefer one with a good blugill and LM Bass population. Pike or musky possibilities a plus. Will be coming up with my wife and in-laws as well so something close to in town activities would be nice. Any recommendations? Thanks.

Andy

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Grabs

Just stay at Cory's place!

Right Cory?!?!?

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CorynTracySellHomes

Sure!! Come on over! Our placwe already looks like a campground on the 4th! Whats one more tent!
No seriously, Feel free to pitch a tent at my place if ya like. Pretty much all FM'ers are welcome!

Cory Frantzick

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Down To Earth,

Rush is nice. Definitely one the better (maybe the best) all around lakes in the state. If you drive a little further Sturgeon south of Moose Lake is a dynamite Largemouth lake and has a decent population of Smallmouth. I'm pretty positive it has a campground. North and South Big Pine near Finlayson has some goliath Largemouth and some real good sized pike. I'm not sure what the camping situation is there. Can anyone help Down to Earth out on that?

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