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LwnmwnMan2

Fishing on Clear Lake 3/31

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Just thought I'd post. Guys in boats on Clear along 35 this afternoon (3/31).

Open water is here!!!! cool.gif

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Must be some dedicated guys, pretty cold and windy yesterday for this cat and it is always windy on clear lake. Kudos to those guys, their tougher than I am.

I remember as a boy of 10-12 I would go out in that kind of weather. I would customize a garbadge sack with arm holes as rain gear and off I would go east across the lake in my little row boat. The west wind always made getting home a chore and the first thing I'd as my dad when I got home was "when can I use the motor?", he never let me... I became a weight lifter in HS and college....

LM

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