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Hello everyone! Me and my brother-in-law are heading to the area for an overnighter on Saturday! I was just wondering what the best lake to go to for just an occasion like this! Any info would be great. Thanks for all the help and hope to hear from ya soon!!

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Tetonka, Jefferson or German.

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Sweet, sounds good. I will talk it over with him and try one of those lakes. Thank you very much TO!

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No problem. Good luck!

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Those would be my top three as well in no particular order. All three should produce, staying a safe distance away from the groups should help a little, ok well maybe quite a bit. Crappies seem to be hitting in the 25-30 fow for me anyhow. Evening and Morning hours are the best. Good Luck

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Is there any particular thing they are biting on or just a crappie minnow with a jig?

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I'd be prepared with plastics, euro-larvae, wax worms/spikes and crappie minnows.

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clear lake in waseca is an awesom night bite lake in the deeper water.

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