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New to the Isanti area
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Joined:
02/16/2010
From Blaine
Posts: 36
Anyone care to share some lakes theyve had success on? Ive always been predominantly a bass guy but this year im looking to get on some fish for the freezer. Crappies or eyes! Recently had some success in the princeton area using my electronics to target walleye and needless to say im hooked. Feel free to pm me if you dont want to do a name drop and im not one to let the word out either. Just lookin for somewhere close i can run out to with the fam and bring a few home. Fished mille lacs alot when i was younger but with the slot/restrictions id rather fish where i can bring home a little snack. Ive been researching lakes via the dnr site with the lake surveys but unsure where to direct my efforts. Thanks for reading, any advice would be greatly appreciated

Posted on: 2017/5/30 8:37
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Re: New to the Isanti area
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02/28/2005
Posts: 3033
You are not real far from East/West Rush.

They are good multispecies lakes.

East is Sugar Bowl

West is deep with lots of structure to explore.

There is a channel between them, so you can launch on either.

Up 65 to the Brahm cutoff (107) then East on 413th Lake Drive NE will take you to the North end of them.

Posted on: 2017/5/30 10:59
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Re: New to the Isanti area
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Joined:
02/16/2010
From Blaine
Posts: 36
Excellent! Thanks for the advice ill look into both

Posted on: 2017/5/30 11:25
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Re: New to the Isanti area
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Joined:
03/08/2008
From East Bethel
Posts: 341
Fannie and Skogman are good for the different species.

Posted on: 2017/5/30 21:10
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Re: New to the Isanti area
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03/03/2016
From The shack
Posts: 60
Pm sent

Posted on: 2017/5/30 21:34
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Re: New to the Isanti area
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Joined:
10/20/2015
Posts: 308
Try green lake if you havnt yet

blue lake can be good for pannies as well

Posted on: 2017/5/31 0:28
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