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g2integra

Canoe ONLY lakes??

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Looking for lakes that are only accessible by canoe or lakes with a launch that only canoes can get to. Looking for larger pan fish in those untouched lakes, any help? thanks....

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Welcome to Fishing Minnesota g2integra. I guess my first question to you would be what area of the state are you looking to find these less-pressured lakes in? These are the type of lakes where people are usually not so inclined to give out specific info on a public forum, but you never know. Guys gaurd and protect their panfish honey-holes, even if they are out in the middle of nowhere, so you might not get a whole lot of responses to your request.

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the boundry waters.....alot of canoe only lakes there....otherwise you are asking for info that not many are going to release.....good luck!!

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I live in woodbury and willing to travel 70+ miles for good pan fish. Please help!!!

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hi g2integra

try glendalough state park

annie battle lake is easily accessable, but allows no motors, not even electric, and no sonar either.

And don't plan on keeping sunfish either, the limit is only 5, but you have a shot at getting some big ones there. good luck

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Willow River State Park in Hudson WI also has a lake in there that is canoe only.

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