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Dano2

Anyone heard how the pannies have been biten out there?

My fav. panfish lake has been complicated so far this year so thought I'd give little detroit a shot, since I've heard its been fair in the past.

Also, are there some decent sized gills inthere to be found?

any info. would be great aas far as depth to start.

thankyou very kindley.

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CRACKER

Fished Little DL all day yesterday until 6pm. Sunnies were very active using wax worms on anything you wanted. They were small however. Only managed four Crappies and they were small also. The Northerns were very active yesterday and they were small also. Had the camera down all day and tons of sunnies and hardly any crappies came by.

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DAKOTAKID

hey dano hows it going we went fishing last week and did ok on that lake we went last year at dick l. house. the week before that we went to beers lake thinking we were going to catch some of those big northerns and muskies but no luck at them. only a few small crappies.

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Dano2

Not too bad, Daryl, catching some on a couple other lakes, but where dicks house was, I've been out there a couple times and only cathing dinky perch. noticed the group is out abit further this year, so thought they maybe new something, but, nothing but dinky perch. maybe more around feb. they'll make there way out there. dick L. on upper this year?, e-mail me, or give me a ring.

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