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I'm not looking for a honeyhole, but I'm going to visit my girlfriends Dad in Hayward and want to sneak out and show the little lady some fast action on the ice.

Does anyone have any suggestions on bluegill/crappie lakes in the area that are known to have a fish or two.

Her Dad lives on LCO. I've heard Nelson is a decent lake.

I'm more of a walleye fisherman, but I think I will have to target the panfish to keep the lady interested.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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IrishZit... I would try LCO first since your staying at a cabin there. Musky Bay (SW corner of lake) can be great for crappie. Fish the mouth of the bay in 10-12' of water (you'll see all the shacks). This spot is mostly a night bite, get set up an hour or so before dark. Not a numbers spot, you should catch enough for a meal, and they usually run 10" plus. A good numbers lake would be Smith Lake (off of CTY T south of Nelson Lake). There is a 25' hole on the North end of the lake that always produces lots of crappie, usually as a day bite. Get out there by 10:00AM, and fish 5-7' off bottom, you'll catch fish. I'm from Hayward, and have played on both of these spots! Good luck!

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