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has anyone made it out to deer by buffalo. i did good last year on crappies . just wondering if anything is bitting yet

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I have'nt been out there yet, to close to home I guess 3 miles. my house is on buffalo right now. there were quite a few northerns speared early, i know walleye fishing was poor.there have been a few guys fishing the far end of the lake where they caught the sunfish last year. did you catch the crappies there or in the deep water? i caught a few crappies fishing sunfish there last year.

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I haven't been there this winter yet (hopefully Saturday) but we did pretty well fishing by the outlet in about 8-10 ft last Janurary. Lots of decent crappies, small pike, and a few nice walleyes. We were fishing along side the spear houses that were set up there. Didn't do much in the deep hole all winter.

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caught crappies out from the channel of goose lake think it was 18 feet but that was in feb there were alot of people in the back corner also where is the deep hole ?is it to the right of the access

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deep hole is right about in the middle of the lake , maybe a little more toward the east. about 30 ft.

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duckbill pretty sure you can drive all over iwould stay away from the mouths of the creeks havent been out there yety may go tonight and try it

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Thanks, I may see you out there. I have a black ford F150 and will be in a fishtrap guide.

Good Luck.

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duckbill did you make it out to deer tonight i got a late start and just went to little eagle

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We shoulda gone to "Little Secret Lake"... grin.gif
I'm missing a bottle of propane from my portable...who has it? wink.gif

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Better check under your tire before you leave in the morning... grin.gif Didn't do my POS heeter much good. wink.gif

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did anyone fish deer this past weekend, seeing if anything is going on out there

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