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concreteman

Im going up to the lady's cabin the first weekend in FEB. Looking for any advice on lakes to try and any other tips that anyone would to be willing to give. Her cabin is on Dolney lake, fished it last year a few times but all the pannies are the size of a silver dollar, but did catch a few nice northerns. I would like to try some other lakes in the area, any advice? Anyone?

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concreteman

no help i see how you guys operate

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deerwoody

Try Perry for crappies and Pelican for walleyes,both lakes are doing pretty well but you will have to sort through them.I have a guy who does taxidermy for me who is laid off that fishes Dolney alot for gills, he gets some nice ones.I wont be around this weekend otherwise I would try to hook up with you,off to Red.Check the local bait shops they can be helpful too.Good luck.

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concreteman

thanks for the advice. I should be up there thursday night, might hit the big pond on the way up we'll see.

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concreteman

i would like to get into some of gills, last winter all i could get outta that lake of tiny, i take it he finds his way out to one of the two "deep" holes out there toward the middle of the lake.

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deerwoody

Let me know if you are going to Mille lacs,I might be there too.Maybe we could hook up.I dont know where he gets his gills on Dolney ,I just know he fishes there alot.

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