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Scupper

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Scupper

Are the docks in at the Clearwater landings? Specifically the Black Pool.

Thanks

Scott

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Superduty

Are the docks in at the Clearwater landings? Specifically the Black Pool.

Yep smile

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Scupper

Thank you Superduty... wink

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eurolarva

Could not have asked for a better day on the lake. Glad I got to Clearwater early. When I got off the lake at 1pm there were people waiting in their cars for a place to park. The lake is really weird this year. The weeds are so advanced but the water is cold. I measured 60 at 5 am and then 62 when I left. Walleyes started to bite around 6 and stopped around 8 where I was. I boated a 17 incher and my partner lost two nice ones. We were not able to find pan fish anywhere. I got two nice bass and a 28 inch northern. I am thinking the cold weather and the high pressure slowed the bite down. I only saw one other boat catching walleye and quite a few people catching northerns. I have Monday off and am hoping that steady warm weather and hopefully lower pressure will make it a more successful day. I was surprised how many people were on the lake at 4:30 with no lights on their boats.

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20lbSloughShark

I also had a parking issue. I parked in the grass in the blackpool parking lot and got a ticket. At least put a no parking sign there, DNR! mad I spent the day after pike. I got quite a few small pike, 1-3 pounds, most were from otter lake.

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Igor Drackenwolf

I'm just wondering how the fishing has been affected with the severe cooldown over the past 2 days. Went from a few days with highs in the 90s down to highs in the 70s after the storms moved through.

Heading there Weds eve for a little catch-and-release fishing. Just wondering if it's worth targeting Walleyes.

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