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Kyle Sandberg

Just a reminder

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I just wanted to remind and tell everyone about the special regulations they have for these lakes in Wright county:

Crawford Lake- largemouth bass: catch and release sunfish: possession limit five crappie:possession limit five walleye:possession limit two perch:possession limit ten

Mink and Somers lake: sunfish: possession limit five crappies: possession limit five yellow perch: possession limit ten walleye: possession limit two largemouth bass: all 12" and larger must be immediately released. Possession limit one. northern pike: all from 24-36" must be immedieately released. One over 36" allowed in possession. Possession or use of live minnows is prohibited.

Sugar (New): crappies: possession limit five northern pike: all form 24-36" must be immediately released. One over 36" is allowed in possession.

Just make sure you're following the rules and have a great day on the lake.

K Dawg

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THANKS

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Good Ideal... Thanks

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Great idea to post this here to let people see whats going on in the area!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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