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Matt Johnson

Clearwater Lake Results - 3/8/15

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Matt Johnson

What a great day on the ice and the conditions were awesome! Couldn't have asked for better weather to end the season!

Here are a few of the results from the event on Clearwater Lake...

1st Place - Shawn Lankki/Austin Schorn (12.13 pounds)

2nd Place - Charles DeGrio/Matt Weber (11.445 pounds)

3rd Place - Steven Mathews/Juan Arellano (10.06 pounds)

4th Place - Mike Raetz/Travis Kratcha (8.67 pounds)

5th Place - Rich Lemmer/Robert Nash (8.155 pounds)

Big Fish - Shawn Lankki/Austin Schorn (1.815 pound Crappie)

For a complete list of today's results and photos... Clearwater Lake Results - CLICK HERE

Also check out the UPL Facebook page for more photos from the event... UPL Facebook Page - CLICK HERE

Since this was the last event of the year, we also crowned a 2014/2015 UPL Team of the Year!! This year we had a tie for overall points. Steven Mathews/Juan Arellano and Lawrence Luoma/Michael Thompson tied with 104 points, so it came down to which team weighed the larger crappie throughout the season and Steven Mathews/Juan Arellano are the 2014/2015 UPL Champions! Congrats guys!!

Thank you for all of the support this season and the teams did an amazing job! Already looking forward to next year!!

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eyeguy 54

nice! i was wondering who the crowd was. got down there about 2.

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    • PRO-V
      That's alright Smurf. I got caught up at home and missed it to. Next time 🥃🍺
    • Wakemup
      Thanks for the report James! Lead core is the next presentation for me to try... how many colors do you let out when fishing in the 25ft range? 
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    • smurfy
      i was up for work mainly. but did get a line wet a few times. friday sunfish and all catch and release. sat i went out for a bit to chase pike and only got 1 about 12 inches long. we had 3 inches of rain friday nite and a heck of a thunder and lightning show, so i'd think that put a damper on fish cooperating.
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      man, missed this!!!!!!!!!🥴 thursday nite was a blur in rapids, then i got company at the cabin......sorry........maybe next time.
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