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Lake Wilson

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Drove through/by/past Lake Wilson late last week and noticed quite a mini community of shacks on south side of lake. Wondered if any good ones being caught there. Also...can anybody tell me what the portable shack (out of state) regs are now? crazy.gif

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The only reports i've heard coming from there it was hit or miss. The days you hit them you will do very well and catch a mixed bag of pretty nice fish. As far as he portable regs go I think the shelter just needs to have your identification on it but no license. I'm not 100% on that maybe someone will correct me.

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They are getting a few nice walleyes out of the south lake once in a while also.

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fished on the south lake 12-24. Only caught 3 perch in two hours of fishing.

Don't need a shack license as long as you take it with you. If you leave it unattended on the ice then you need a license. Just put your last name on the shack and you are good o go. smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

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