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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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GullGuide

Need help picking lakes for multi species league

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Hey all,<BR>Looking for help picking lakes for a statewide multi-species league this summer.<BR>This will be a total catch and release league.<BR>Lake must meet the following criteria-<BR>1) Lake must have all 5 main targeted species- Walleye, Pike, Bass, Bluegill and crappie. Muskie would be a plus, but not necessary.<P>2) Must be large enough to handle a 15 boat League.<P>3) Must have a good access and parking for 15 rigs.<P>If we can get 2 or 3 lakes form each post, they will be thrown in a hat and drawn for the area we are picking for.<BR>If anyone is also interested in joining the league, we will be posting that information soon as well.<P>Thanks for your help,<BR>GullGuide<BR>>"////=< <P>

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Gullguide--upper and lower southlong lakes near brainerd ,off# 25 fits into that bracket, lots of bull rush!s,crappie weeds,Ive fished it for years,I lived 5 miles away. cant remember catching small mouth,but everything else,no musky any more questions give me a call-320-356-7792-avon know anything about gps!s-you might have seen my forms else where?

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