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walleyematt

what ones would you pick??

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my Gma and Gpa called me tonight, and ask what lakes do you want to go fishing at this summer the lakes can be in MN SD ND WI. they told me to make a list and they will try there best too get me there, but i need some help where would you go.

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Phalen in st paul.

Minnetonka

bald eagle

clear lake in forest lake

lake elmo

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1.Big Winnie/Cutfoot

2.Bowstring/Sand

3.Lake of the Woods

4.Vermilion

5.Leech

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Lake of the Woods

Rainy lake

Leech

Winnie

Red Lake

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depends on where you are heading, of thoses listed, I have fished several of them and they are great lakes.

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Roy and Oahe in SD

Sakakawia in ND

Leech, Vermillion, LOW and Red in MN

Green Bay and Winnebago in WI

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Leech, Sarah, lotw in MN any of those and you should make out pretty good.

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Oahe in SD......This one is gonna be HOT this year!!!!

Devils Lake in ND

LOW in MN

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Sakakawia in ND

Devils Lake in ND

Mille Lacs

LOW

Red Lake

St. Croix River

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why is oahe going to be hot??/

its awesome out there

only been there once but wanna go back

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Just a hunch, it has been getting better and better for the last five years. The bait fish are back and the eyes are big and hungery and there are lots of them. If you get the opportunity to go, don't miss it. I always go around the 3'rd week in June and won't skip it no matter how good the fish are biting just down the road at LOW.

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Otter Tail Lake, I might be bias but check the lake out.

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