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pastorjsackett
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02/02/2019 02:51PM
If anyone is tuning in to watch Minnesota Bound tomorrow night (2/3/19) you'll see a quick segment on Heritage Lakes. I was lucky enough to be invited on this winter camping one-night stay. I'm excited to see it!

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Mocha
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02/04/2019 09:24AM
well, i made it through about 5 minutes, sleeping most of the time. hopefully it is on again this week. the scenery looks great. also, i had never heard of Heritage Lakes as a designation, so that is news.
pastorjsackett
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02/04/2019 07:04PM
Here ya go.

It is on youtube too. #885
pastorjsackett
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02/04/2019 07:05PM
WhiteWolf
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02/06/2019 06:02AM
pastorjsackett: " MN Bound 885 "

so no electronics(?)--



Kawishiwashy
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02/06/2019 09:10AM
No electronics except drones, ha ha!!
02/06/2019 12:37PM
Kawishiwashy: "No electronics except drones, ha ha!!"
No electronics, no motors, bag limits are half. There are only two of these “heritage fisheries” in the state, the other one is Annie Battle Lake, in Glendalough State Park. Huge panfish in that lake. My son caught a monster sunfish there, we fed the family on 6 sunnies! Glendalough has four “canoe-in” campsites, it has become an annual trip for my family.

Tony
02/06/2019 12:39PM
Ha!
02/06/2019 12:39PM
Cool story Jeff-I didn't realize these places existed. The no vexilar thing might be a deal breaker for me though.
Northwoodsman
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02/07/2019 08:38AM
anthonyp007: "Kawishiwashy: "No electronics except drones, ha ha!!"
No electronics, no motors, bag limits are half. There are only two of these “heritage fisheries” in the state, the other one is Annie Battle Lake, in Glendalough State Park. Huge panfish in that lake. My son caught a monster sunfish there, we fed the family on 6 sunnies! Glendalough has four “canoe-in” campsites, it has become an annual trip for my family.
Tony"


I'll be visiting that park this summer. We are having a family reunion there. My brother and I will both likely have our canoes along and do some paddling on that lake. I didn't know it was a "heritage" lake. I have never fished on it.
pastorjsackett
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02/07/2019 11:24AM
Bill said that "Black Bass" was once renowned for larger panfish. My sense is that it would be more effectively fished in the summer.

Annie Battle has been on my bucket list for a long time.....

A lot of people had not heard of heritage lakes so it was fun to be part of an educational piece.

Thanks for checking it out!

 
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