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fishuhalik

Anyone hear about what's happening on fremont? I just read about it on another site. Apparently due to low oxygen levels the dnr is opening it completely. Someone was down there with a bow and stuck about a THOUSAND carp and 17 pike he counted from the road 2-5lbs. I'll ask the gent that posted the pics on the other site and see if it's ok if i share his pics.

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keyks42

I heard a couple of weeks ago that the fish where conjurgating by the culvert on the north side. I thought they had put a airadertor in there a couple of years ago. There's nothing in there but carp and northerns any way.

Mark

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dougger222

Freemont has been open for liberalized fishing since 1-15 and goes until 2-15.

There are a tons of lakes open for liberalized fishing in Meeker County. Right now 26 lakes in MN are open for this type of "fishing".

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ozzie

They do have an airiator but with the water levels it doesn't matter this year.....there are alot of bullhead and carp left near the culverts on the north road....most fish being taken out of the little pool on the north side of the road.....and your right nothing but northern and carp!! ;\)

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Write-Outdoor

I teach at Zimmerman High School and a few of the kids have been talking about going down their with their fishing bows and doing some archery fishing. It's a good time. One kid said he shot two massive carp with one shot.

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TNFL

I thought I heard they took the aireator out a few years ago. Was getting too expensive for the lake assoc. They did the same thing with limits a few years back, when I heard about the removal of the AIR...

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ozzie

They have never removed the aireator...the last time it froze out the aireator was vandalized and couldn't be repaired during the winter and this year it is cuz of the amount of early snow on top of low water levels causing the depleation of oxygen in the lake causing a partial die off!! I went down there yesterday and it is amazing the amount of carp on the ice and how far back along the channel they have cut and caught them!! Kinda disgusting to see....cant imagine the stench in the spring!!

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