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bassNspear

What lake would you pick!

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bassNspear

If you had to go to one lake to get one fish in every fish class, and you had 5 hrs to do it, what lake would you go to!

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Skeets

Clearwater.

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bimbo

agreed with skeets

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fishersofmen

Hard to disagree with Clearwater.

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noodlerod
grinyep

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Rick G

Clearwater with sugar being my second pick

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fishinmajishin

Sugar cause there's muskie too.

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jigginjim

Only in Wright county?

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B-Radical

This sounds like a friendly saturday morning forum tourney in the works...:)

Would be fun, as long as its just some "friends out fishing"

& maybe a group shorelunch after.

B-

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bassNspear

Only in Wright county?

Annandale-Buffalo-Big Lake area!

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Bigslugger

Id pick Limestone

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jigginjim

I also would go with Clearwater, just because of its size.

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Vex Guy

Sylvia!! Good pannies and crappie action if you know where they are. Heading out there this weekend.. Eyes have been found!!

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fishgutz77

Clearwater all the way. you could get 4 or 5 speices out of one hole in the right place.

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fishinmajishin

Summer fishin Clearwater (20 years ago) with a pontoon full of rellys we caught crappie,sunfish,walleye,northern,bass all from one spot in 10 fow.

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Jake M

Thats tough but clearwater would be the choice. Ironic ived fished prolly 200 times in past 3 years and fished clearwater 2 of those times!!!

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bassNspear

Jake M, Welcome to FM. Glad to have you part of the family!

I would pick Twin/Sylvia.

This lake is somewhat the same as clearwater. You are able to go out and chase down whatever you are looking for. You are able to go out and fish for pan fish and still get eyes or whatever the case might be.

Clearwater is a great lake as well!

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Jake M

Thanks Bass N Spear! yeah Sylvia would be a very close second, ive actually fished sylvia more often in the summer catching very nice walleyes and some crappies. thanks again jake

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noodlerod
smirk howed that work for ya ?

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