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Browning83

Clear Lake (Le Seuer)

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Was thinking about giving this lake a try tomorrow. Just seeing if it would be worth a try or not. Also I heard there is an aerator out there.....is it safe to drive and where should I avoid driving? Well any input would be greatly appreciated.

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The lake can be good, I havent fished it this year, but it usually produces some decent panfish. The aeretor is on the north side of the lake out from the landing off of the main road, I believe its 26. Good luck!

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Just use the campground access and you shouldn't have to worry about the aeretor.

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Thanks guys....I'll let you know how it goes today

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Bite has slowed down and size is declining. I took my house off and went to Mille Lacs.

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Yeah...we caught a some crappies but like you say they were small. Mille Lacs has been a tough but as of earlier but hopefully is going to pick up.

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this lake has some serious pressure dove by last it was full!!!!!for a small lake it wont have fish for long

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The lake usely helded up real good but this year it really is getting hit hard. nobody really fished the north side other years but this year they really have the lake covered i am sure it really is going to hurt the lake.

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Last year there was one house on the NE corner and now there is a whole town over there. Guess everyone has got the south side fished out so they moved over to the north...

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sad

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One good thing it doesn't get hit to hard in the summer time maybe with all the sunfish that were taken out of there the bigger perch might come back. all other years i would have large schools of walleyes where did they all go.

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I live on the NE side, been here 18 years and have never seen so many houses on this side before. Every year they have always been on the SW side and it always got pressure. Nothing like this year though.

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