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Just read in this weeks Qaud that mercury was present in both lakes. Might want to check the DNR site to find out what the levels are. The paper said a small child should only eat 1 panfish/wk. Just a little info for you guys that eat a lot of fish out of these lakes. Thanks, ole

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