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WEST LOST LAKE

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ANYONE FISHED ON WEST LOST YET? I'LL BE UP THERE IN A COUPLE WEEKS JUST WONDERING WHAT TO EXPECT

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I be across the road from there this weekend at the shack. I will try to see how it is going over there.

Lynn J

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THANKS ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT BY THE WAY DO YOU KNOW SOME OTHER GOOD LAKES AROUND THERE

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That question always makes me chuckle... ya looked at a map of Ottertail County? grin.gif You can't turn around without running into a lake LOL They all gots fish in them.

Good luck to ya, and I will see what I hear about West Lost Lake this weekend.

Lynn J.

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Didn't get talk to anyone that fished West Lost. I fished 4 different lakes. In my case 6 to 15 feet of water with a jig and a minnow on all of the lakes produced fish. Was not impressed with the $141 I spent last night to fill the tow vehicle and the boat tank, but that is a different subject. May need to go back to my rowboat? oh ya that would of worked real well in the wind the last couple of days. Maybe I can talk the kid out of going to summer school at the college, that would free up $1200 for fishing?? ya right I am sure my wife would go for that crazy.gif Anyway I am rambling need to get to work so I can go chase Bass on the 26th. Thankfully I am less then 75 miles from some of the best fishing in the State. Hope you have a great fishing trip and maybe some one else can provide some information for ya.

Lynn J.

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