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couillard.10

Fall Bass Lakes

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Hey FM. I am going to try and get out bass fishing the end of this week. I usually fish near Dakota County because it is near where i live, but this weekend i want to fish a lake for bass that is not in Dakota.

Any suggestion on good bass lakes in or close to the metro?

Also.. smaller lakes would be better because i go in a canoe. (dont know how well that would hold up on mille lacs. smile )

Thanks

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Hey your from Rosemount. Im from there too. Whats your email I have a good lake just dont want everyone to know. Its small and there are some nice bass in there. I just havent made it out there yet.

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Hey your from Rosemount. Im from there too. Whats your email I have a good lake just dont want everyone to know. Its small and there are some nice bass in there. I just havent made it out there yet.

My email is Couillard.10@gmail.com

Thanks for letting me in on the secret lake. smile

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and by the way ktapper, The fish in your avatar is a hawg!! Nice bass!

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Oh thank you I got that last friday. Im getting a replica made of it!

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