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Has anyone fished Beebe by St. Michael recently? Going there with my brother today and we've never fished it before. Any tips would be most welcome! Thanks!

John

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What are you looking to catch? Bass/Pike/Silver Carp (Walleyes) smile.gif

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Well, we were hoping to find some 'eyes, but didn't have luck on our side. We did find some decent largemouths on the south side of the lake, just west of the pier. Any suggestions for finding some walleyes?

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Hi.

I don't fish for 'eyes, but I fish for bass. I hear the 'eyes can be elusive on that lake. There are a few humps south of the island, and I hear they hold 'eyes from what I hear. I have been trying the west side next to the pier, but have not had any luck so far. I'm glad they are turning on finally. Good luck!

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bkft...

Word of caution...we were fishing that lake last summer, when the 2 pike that we caught (soon after we got there), were cancerous. Their skin was just oozing off and there were lesions and open sores on the poor fish.

My brother-in-law looked at me and I said, "let's get off this lake, this is gross!"

That lake was featured that very same night on the evening news (Wcco 4), for mysterious lesions on fish catches and that the DNR and fish biologists from the U. were investigating it. Never heard anything after that so...check the fish you catch, carefully...

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"Shhh...I'm fishing"

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Whoa,
Thanks for the warning BackHerUp. We'll probably still fish Beebe, but just not keep any.

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i would not worry,i have eaten lots of fish of that lake,back it off,he likes to get his fish from cub,oh ya shhhhh im mowing

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If you're going after walleyes, you could try the deep breaks along the south shore or out from the bay on the northeast corner. You can also try the hump south of the island. We've had good success with lindy rigs and also a Jig and minnow (shiners or fatheads) bounced off the bottom.

Hope this helps

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dewoutdoor70 writes:"i would not worry, i have eaten lots of fish of that lake..."

That would explain a lot of things for me...like that third eye (behind your one ear), and that little arm sticking out of your neck...

When are you gonna go fishing?
Get out of that garden of yours, you're making me wonder about your true loves...

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ya back him in,whooo, i dont like to go drive to a lake,take 28 minutes to get the boat ready,drive around for 22 minutes,and decide i have to go home ooops,sorry i fed your family ALLL WINTER
OH YA MY TRUE LOVE IS ALEX
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