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Spear Lake

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I am coming back to my parents of xmas weekend coming up here and wanted to try to get out spearing. I have not speared in that area for years though and am unsure on lake clarity. Do any of you have any ideas on some lakes with decent water clarity around Glenwood on the south side.

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try gilcrest, nelson linka waska little pelican scandi theres a few to start with been on waska and pelican both not the best but have been on worse.

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if you want to try something easy try westport lake, as a kid i fished and speared there because it was an easy walk.

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Waska, 6-9 ft. just outside of rushes inside of Bottom weeds. Lots of Pike in the 4-6 lb range. North side of lake has more rushes and has safer ice than south.

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you might be able to check out more action on the spearing forum.

Its in the Outdoor Activities.

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