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chart1444

smallmouth lakes?

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chart1444

Sounds like a lot of fun.

Hope I can get over there after the wife heals up from her broken ankle.

I have no problem with C & R, they will just get bigger and will that much more fun to catch.

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darmstadter

i will be in the area the last part of june and first week in july and is there any lakes in the area that have good small mouth fishing? ill be on rush and dead lake.
thanks for any info.

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Guest

Clitherall is an excellent smallie lake in the summer. In the spring you catch the fish while fishing for walleyes, but as the summer progresses, some of the rock piles and points hold alot of fish.
They planted a bunch of adult fish in the lake about 5-6 years ago, and now those fish are getting big. I caught one right at 19 inches in May, and I have heard a few 6-pounders coming out of there.
The only catch, you have to release smallies in Clitherall.
Fun though!

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I read about the DNR stocking the SMB in Clitheral and creating 6 rockpiles in the lake for habitat. Anyone willing to share where the rockpiles are?

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Mark Christianson

Best bet is to contact the Fergus Fisheries.
218-739-7576

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swampman

i heard ten mile lake near dalton is hot right now . there are special regs.

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