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Lake Mille Lacs

6/8/17 @ 2:33 PM
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Colorado #5
User since 1/20/17

I will be up on Mille Lacs for the week of June 17th thru June 24th.  I have never fished this lake. 

Knowing I can't harvest any walleye what else is biting and on what? 

I hear there is a serious fly hatch in June?  When might that happen? 

Are the bass still on the rocks?

Anyone willing to give up some locations to hit and the technique for success? 

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2/16/20 @ 12:47 AM
Kingfisher2025
User since 2/15/20

Heading to Mille lacs this weekend, saw this episode. Cant wait to get on to the mud. How is fishing do you I need an extension? Thank in advance.

10/1/18 @ 7:34 AM
Junkie4Ice
Junkie4Ice
User since 12/19/11

Technically, they caught themselves, you didn't catch anything. I bet it was a blast pulling in a tangled net of fish though!

9/25/18 @ 11:30 AM
pikeslayer101
User since 3/12/18
Just went out gill netting with some of my tribe memebers. We caught some nice 20"+ walleye. We caught these all in about 14' of water. On the eastern front. Should be tasty eating!

6/19/17 @ 10:32 AM
Tim Zwieg
User since 1/10/12

Just because you cannot keep fish should not deter you from fishign for walleyes. The big fish over 24" are fun to catch.  I would go out to any of the flats and drag a leech or a crawler. The northern 1/2 of the lake is populated with mud flats that top out at 22-25 surounded by 30+ feet of water.

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