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I stumbled on to this BB a couple of days ago. Just wanted to say I greatly appreciate all of the info that was provided recently on Blackduck. I'll be there in a week so I hope you guys keep up the posting! Sounds like its picking up a bit smile.gif

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Welcome to the forum MyPoleisBent! The fishing is really starting to turn on here, not just on Blackduck but now some of the other area lakes as well. You'll have to let us know how your fishing trip turns out, and pop in and say hi if you have a chance while your up here!

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Hey Mypoleisbent, welcome to the forum. Stay tuned for updates when the time gets closer to when you get up here. There is a lot of information that should put more fish in your boat.
Good luck and welcome.

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Upper Red, Winnie, Blackduck Area
http://fishingminnesota.com/blackduck/
Phone:(651) 426-1545
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Thank you both! I was wondering if either of you could recommend a good panfish lake near Blackduck. My little guy needs plenty of action to keep him happy. I figure a few sunfish should do it.

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Depending on when your going to be here and how the crappie spawn is going at Upper Red (keep an eye on here) your little guy would love Upper Red grin.gif. (Our youngest usually disects minnow if he's not catching, but the last couple of trips to Upper Red he hasn't had time to do anything other than catch crappies and he is also our netter so he's been real busy, and now he's hooked!)

See the thread called 'Walleyes, Crappies, Sunnies and Northerns'. We, as well as some other folks, had a great time on Rabideau this weekend catching sunnies and a few crappies. North Twin also started producing the panfish this weekend. Kitchi, South Twin, Gilstad, Moma, Moose, Meadow, Bass and Pimushe are other area lakes also known for the panfish.

We were at Moose and Gilstad a couple of weeks ago and at that point the fish were scanning but not hitting, but the warmer water temps and the weeds kicking in the fish should be starting to produce. Good Luck!

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I used to fish North and South twin as a kid for sunfish. I had so much fun catching those fish. The water is really clear so you can see when the fish bite your lure. And a lot of fun for the young ones to catch. Plus there is a few bass in these lakes too. I used to get really excited when I caught a 2 or 3 pound largemouth.
Gull lake also has some big sunfish in there. There are a lot of sunnies there that are pushing one pound.
Good luck.

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Upper Red, Winnie, Blackduck Area
http://fishingminnesota.com/blackduck/
Phone:(651) 426-1545
E-mail: [email protected]

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