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What lake tomorrow

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I am trying to deciede what lake to fish tomorrow, I've fished Lake Alex the last two times out but want to fish some different water. What lake should I go to. I don't want any real big water like Mile Lacs or Leech, I am thinking of heading down to the metro to one of the tiger lakes, I've never fished them before and wouldn't mind taking a shot at getting one.

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Living in Sartell, you are just a hop, skip and jump from Sugar. I would assume that you have fished that before though? Cedar is a good lake on the north end of Mille Lacs or you could shoot west and try Miltona or Lobster.

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If you want tigers try Lake Josefine. My buddy and I got one in there while dragging jigs for crappies once.

Good Luck

Ryan

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hey mn you looking for some company tomorrow I have a lake in mind that was very hot on saturday when I was there.

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I do fish Sugar a lot, but the other ones are worth looking into

Thanks, I kind of forget about those lakes, I get so locked in to two or three lakes I forget the rest

frogtosser e-mail me muskies101@hotmail.com

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If you want tigers try Lake Josefine. My buddy and I got one in there while dragging jigs for crappies once.

Good Luck

Ryan

Where is this lake at?

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Isn't it actually Johanna not Josephine? Just east of 35W around County Road C or D.

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mn youve got mail

frogtosser you have mail

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Isn't it actually Johanna not Josephine? Just east of 35W around County Road C or D.

Yes sorry about that. I get those two lakes messed up a lot. We got a low 30" tiger out in the middle of the l;ake on a deep sunken island.

Good Luck wherever you go!

Ryan

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So where did you end up going and how did you do?

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