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GREEN LAKE

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just wondering how people are doing on green lake I live down in cottage grove and would make the trip up north a little ways if it is worth the drive to catch some nice eyes, any info will help

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You might try posting this in the East Metro forum. If you are talking about Green Lake in the Chisago area, the minimum size is 17" and all the walleye holes out there are well marked by shanty towns. They're seeing lots of pressure right now.

Green Lake / Chisago Area

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