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rippinlips

clear lake in waseca

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It clear lake in waseca a catch and release only lake.

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For largemouth, I believe it is.

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How long has it bing catch and realease for bass.

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I have pics from October of 1996. Buddy and I caught (and released, of course) 10 over 4 pounds in a few afternoon hours of fishing. My guess is that it went catch and release a few years prior to that.

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Thanks for the info.

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Hey Lips,

If you go down to Clear lake, let me know, I'll take ya. From the north access, head southwest. Find the huge rock pile and fish around it. There are a ton of fish on that pile most of the time. Dock fishing is tough in the summer, way too many weeds and slime. Wife is from down there, used to fish it a lot. Let me know.

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Still planning on going this sunday or monday would work to.

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