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chad-140

Lake Winona

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What a great weekend to take the kids fishing. I took my 7 year old son and 5 year old daughter to Lake Winona and did they have a blast. They fished for about two hours and ended up with 19 sunnies over 8" with 4 of them going 9-10 inches. My daughter also landed one dandy crappy. The excitement was worth the trip over from Eyota.

We topped it all off with lunch at the DQ, and Fish and fries for supper.

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Great first post Chad, welcome aboard!

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is Lake Winona betweent the tracks?

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Nope, it is outside the tracks which means its under the same regulations as all other inland waters.

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Bummer I was hoping to use a Wisconsin license.

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