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Does anyone have GPS coordinates for Graveyard or Sloppy Joes? I will be coming up on early Saturday morning about 3:00 am and would rather follow my GPS that a compass in the dark.

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Graveyard 46 9.87 93 31.08
Sloppy Joes 46 9.58 93 36.75
these cords are off of the Walleye Wiffer map

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Johnny B

I checked the coordinates that I have programmed:
Those are very close to mine as well.
Good luck!

10 Point, I noticed that you are from the Annandale area, any report from Clearwater? I will be fishing there Saturday.

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They are pretty close to coordinats that I have as well. Use some caution traveling to new territory in the dark. Good luck....

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Clearwater Lake has been putting up a few walleye, but if the fishing was good I would not be going to Mille Lacs this weekend. I have been picking up some large walleye in 17 ft. of water on the North side to the west of the access. Tuesday I caught 2 fish, one was 25 1/2 inches and the other was 31 inches!!! Those were the only two bites I had for 5 hrs of fishing. Both were on a tip-up with a large golden shiner. Could not get anything to take a jigging spoon. Prior to this I have only caught 5 walleye on Clearwater. If you want to have some action, go to Pearl Lake near Rockville to the left of the public access, the crappies are hitting hard! Nice ones, There is a fish house with the name Jody on it. This is the spot! You could expect to catch several limits of crappies on minnows. Good Luck!

[This message has been edited by D-man (edited 12-19-2002).]

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Now that’s what this Forum is all about!
Thanks 10 Point, I think I might split my day up: ½ at Clearwater & ½ at Pearl.
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Ummmmm,......ummmmm,think I could the exact gps coordinates of that spot on pearl,.... How many paces in what direction? Was this Jody Reed guy being noisy during prime time or what?? wink.gif Better hope he's not a reader

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10 point,
Yeah, we always do good there, haven't seen you out there this year yet but myself, Willie, and Nagasaki have been catching a lot of crappies every time we go there. We are picking up a couple walleyes also but only a couple. The Pike are on a feeding binge on Pearl right now. I have seen several in the 10 pound range. I know Jody, that's why you saw his house out there. Nice Eye on Clearwater! I have not been there yet but would be willing to tag along with you some time during the week. I'm going to Mille Lacs this weekend also, We are planning on meeting at the Cabin about Noon on Saturday. Call me on my cell.

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JOHNNY B, I WAS GONNA FISH CLEARWATER SUNDAY MORNING, WANNA HOOK UP AND PULL SOME HAWGS? LET ME KNOW, THANKS.

DENNIS CONRAD

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Dennis,
Unfortunately Saturday is the only day I am able to fish this weekend. However, if you can make it up then look me up: I have the teal-green Chevy PU, an old white/red Honda three-wheeler and I fish out of an odd looking red portable shack (cant miss that thing!). I usually set up out in front of BJ’s, north west end of the lake.

If we don’t hook-up, let me know how you do on the Annandale Forum come Monday.

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10 Point,

I just thought I would let you know that the ice around Sloppy's was shakey as of last weekend. One of Jerry Brandt's boys went through on his 4-wheeler about a week ago. I'm sure things have changes somewhat but be careful none the less.

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