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lindylittlejim

Clitherall

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Gonna be working on a cabin on this lake next week. Never fished it and dont know nothing about it. Was thinking of bringing a rod or 2 and the vex and try catch a few crappies or gills. Anyone have any ideas on where to start? I think the cabin is on the east side of the lake. If anyone thinks it would be worth trying let me know! thanks for any info.

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I may be wrong but i think clitherall is pretty much a northern lake if im not mistaken. Never fished the lake and couldn't tell you anything but good luck. If you find out that Clitherall isn't a good lake there are mnay around there that are decent.

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There are fair populations there, however not heavily fished. It is a deep lake with structure, structure....

Tulibee are present in fair numbers if you like that game, south end off access. Look to the small lakes in the immediate area for backup panfish action.

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There is tullibee in Clitherall i did not know that. Are the in good nunmber, size and where?

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Good numbers, 1-1.5 lb?? South end off access is good bet.

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