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Matt Johnson

Clearwater Lake Results - 3/2/14

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Extreme cold temps and tight-lipped fish... that about sums it up for most of the teams today. Definitely a tough bite out there but it was a hard fought battle!

Here are a few of the results from today's event on Clearwater Lake...

1st Place - Shawn Lankki/Austin Schorn (8.43 pounds)

2nd Place - Lawrence Luoma/Michael Thompson (5.605 pounds)

3rd Place - Pat Rodger/Mike Rodger (4.95 pounds)

4th Place - Steven Mathews/Juan Arellano (4.55 pounds)

5th Place - Josh Sykora/Drew Little (4.325 pounds)

Big Fish - Charles DeGrio/Matt Weber (2.075 pound Crappie) ***NEW UPL RECORD!!!

For a complete list of today's results and photos... Clearwater Lake Results - CLICK HERE

Also check out the UPL Facebook page for more photos from the event... UPL Facebook Page - CLICK HERE

A big congratulations to Lawrence Luoma/Michael Thompson on being the 2013/2014 UPL League Champions! Nice work guys!

Thanks to everyone for a great year and best of luck the rest of the ice season!!

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