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bigbak32

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So I'm taking my first venture out on Mille Lacs Saturday morning so I was hoping to get a lot of advice from the veterans. I'll be heading up 169 and was hoping to launch south of the Casino so which launch is going to put me nearest to where I might find some walleyes?? Second, are crank baits the ticket this time of year or are most people still draggin leaches? Third, I'll be targeting the south side of the lake so are there any spots that I should definately concentrate on. I've got a decent map of the lake but I'm so used to fishing small lakes that I don't even know where to start. Sorry for the long message folks but I really want to be prepared so I don't wander around aimlessly. I appreciate any help you can give.

Thanks, bigbak32

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If your fishing at night and launching around the Casino, make sure you lock your doors and don't leave anything of value. Try trolling cranks or bobber fishing with Leeches the edges of the east gravel bar that extends out from Indian Point. There has also been a good bite north of Spirit Island in 32 feet on bobbers and Leeches after dark. Eddy's has been bringing Elders out there everynight and doing very well.

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