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HonkerDown

Big or Little Pine?

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HonkerDown

Heys guys Im headin up to the cabin on little pine this weekend any body catching any fish on either of the lakes any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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jwhjr

I've got a chance to get up there as well. Not looking for any "spots", just if anyone's having any luck. My mom has a place on Little Pine, but I've never tried the hard water on it.

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bigbluepirahna

I would recommend bringing a portable and going anywhere else. There is not much biting. Probably lucky to get one walleye a night and the crappies are slow too. Can get northerns up on the 8' flats, but you're probably not into that. It is supposed to be nice, drive to ottertail and fish on the ice for the day.

Good luck!

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wplatehunter

We have been up there the last 4 weekends and the fishing has really slowed down. The crappies were going, but they stopped lastweekend. The walleye bite is maybe one or two a night. Good Luck. There is a lot more people fishing Big Pine. The perch bite is good, but the size is not the best.

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