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Ramsey Lake

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Has anyone been fishing on Ramsey lately? I was wondering about the crappie bite. I know in the past this lake has been productive. Any info would be appreciated.

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Fished it about two weeks ago, caught few crappies. Lots of people on the lake.

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I don't have to wonder any more. A couple of nights ago I fished this lake. I fished for four hours from 4:30 till 8:30. I managed to bring home a limit of crappies. I had to work for every one because they were very tight lipped. I caught a wide range of sizes and threw back about half of them to get bigger.

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