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Spearing on Beaver Lake

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Has anybody been out spearing on Beaver this year or in years past.

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Studer,

I speared this lake 3 or 4 years ago and it is a fun lake to spear. Water clarity was VERY good but fish ran a bit small. Plenty of fish coming through. I was out there on Sunday for panfish and water was not very clear. I've heard Beaver does hold big northerens, although I have never seen one out of there.

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We've always got nice pike when fishing beaver. Lots of them too!

It's a great lake to set up tipups and watch the flags pop. A person also catches quite a few LM Bass mixed in with the pike.

The water is usually pretty clear. Maybe the fall rains washed extra nutrients and silt in the system.

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I don't spear myself but I did build a combo spear and fish house for a nice guy who lives on beaver so someone definately enjoys the northerns in the lake.-TROY

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Where does one find Beaver Lake????

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It's south on Hwy 15 past Luxembourg on the right. It's a pretty small lake.

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Anyone want to take a trip out there?

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