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headung to clear on saturday going with my mom will be my first ice fishing there any info is apreacated \:\)

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Was out last night for 5 hours in 14 ft of water. 5 crappies caught between 4 of us.

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i would say to go later in the day. in MY experience out there, that lake is a night bite lake, as soon as the sun goes down you cant keep the crappies off your line, im going out sunday moving house to deeper water to get away from all the tiny sunnies good luck.

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Was out tonight a little after 5:30 and fished for 3 hours and only got 4 nice crappies, 9.5" to 10.75". That 10.75" crappie is the biggest one I have caught on Clear, ever. Anyone else having much luck lately out there at night?

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