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fishingaddict

Wisc-clam/long lakes

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fishingaddict

Does anyone have any info on clam(burnett county) or long lake(washburn county)

they would like to share.

I have tourneys there next weekend.

thanks

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Clayburn

Liver works well !!!!

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sicheneder

it would be nice if you posted a report of your happenings from this weekend. next week.

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sicheneder

don't forget that there are smallies on both those lakes. clam lake has smallies up in the river, but there is not a lot of room up there but there are some nice smallies. i believe there is a tournament on clam this weekend out of the bait shop between the lakes. the smallies fishing on long lake can have an outstanding jerkbait bite if the conditions are right

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CrappieJohn

I just did the Burnett County Crappie Tournament there a couple weeks ago and we fished upper and lower clam lakes. You did not specify species, but the the lakes are full of panfish and northerns (smaller). When you get to Clam, stop at Big Mike's for information...he has lake maps that we found very useful.

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Harmonica Bear

Wow... Clam Lake? I've fished Clam Lake darn near every summer weekend of my entire childhood until I was about 17 and then I still made up there 4-5 times a summer up unitl maybe 7 years ago. Used to do pretty good in some local bass tournaments there as well. What do you want to know? I love that Lake.

And yes, Big Mike's is the place to get the current info.

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fishingaddict

Hey h bear

email me at [email protected]

We can talk

Thanks alot

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Harmonica Bear

Fishing Addict,

You got mail.

HB

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