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walleyeslayer18

Rice / Le Sueur lakes

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Hey im heading out this weekend and was wondering if any lakes in those two counties have been producing good numbers for the walleyes and northers?! any suggestion would be appreciated!

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Fire me an e-mail. I can tip you off on a decent bite.

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whats your personal e-mail? or do you just want me to e-mail you using tight lines web site?

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