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jegerjack

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I am in the process of putting a perm together now I am trying to decide what lake to put her on. I have narrowed it down to one of these three in Scott county, Prior, O'Dowd's or Spring. I am leaning to towards Spring but does anyone have any opinions one way or another? I have fished all three before but not heavily. The only thing that worries me about Spring is I heard it was a tough fish last year, I was unable to get out on it last year to find out for my self. Any info would be appreciated.

Thanks, JegerJack.

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odowd would be the first place i would put it cause it usually is the first to freeze that is what i would do if it is on wheels. If it is not on wheels i would put on prior then. Never really fish spring that much i just duck hunt there, but when i have fished it all i caught was some dink perch.

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