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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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well the lady at Ben's bait said the crappies were biting on clitheral.. I only fish crappies in the spring out there but I'm pretty sure the people that fish crappies in the winter fish out in front of the resort on the east end off the weeds... I don't know any other info on that..sorry..

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